In the Moment

Parks, John A.
January 2008
American Artist: Watercolor;Winter2008, Vol. 14 Issue 53, p58
The article focuses on the approach of Stephanie Anderson to still-life watercolor painting. Anderson paints vegetables and fruits in all their sumptuous richness of color and texture. Achieving such a clear and effective finish in watercolor requires organization, a sharp eye, and a decisive technique. Critical to this approach is Anderson's rapid application of the paint.


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