- The Watercolor Page. JAGMAN, ED // American Artist;Dec1975, Vol. 39 Issue 401, p54
The article discusses the author's technique in watercolor painting. In his painting "Where Aspen Flourish," he said that he visually divided the sky, aspen and pine tree area while leaving the sky void of pigment to create an especially bright effect. The author believes that the artist's soul...
- How To Paint What Matters to You. Doherty, Stephen // American Artist: Watercolor;2012 Best of Watercolor, p40
The article discusses the watercolor paintings of the New York-based artist Sondra Freckelton. Particular focus is paid to the painter's experience as an art teacher. She comments that it is important to teach students about how to choose a subject to paint. Comments by Freckelton regarding her...
- Maximizing opposites. Mostert, Bonnie // American Artist;Aug1998, Vol. 62 Issue 673, p28
Focuses on a technique in producing watercolor artworks. Basic compositional concepts employed; Painting techniques that maximize the opposing relationships that create harmony and balance; Advantages of using watercolor as medium.
- CopicÂ® Coloring Technique: Watercoloring. Schaan, Colleen // CardMaker;Spring2014, Vol. 10 Issue 1, p36
The article offers step-by-step instructions for watercoloring illustrations using Copic Various Inks and Colorless Blender solution.
- BRUSH RULING. Small, Bert // American Artist: Watercolor;Summer1998, Vol. 4 Issue 15, p18
The article discusses the technique of brush ruling in watercolor painting. It states that crudely painted outlines, irregular grid marks, sloppy lettering or clumsy parallel lines can be corrected using brush ruling. Information presented suggests the use of regular watercolor brushes and a...
- Guptill's Corner. GUPTILL, ARTHUR L. // American Artist;Feb1953, Vol. 17 Issue 2, p10
The article focuses on the different elements of watercolor painting. It notes that shades and shadows should be distributed or arranged just as effectively as the objects. It mentions that an artist should ensure that there is a definite relationship between the shape of the paper chosen and...
- RICHARD YIP. SHARP, CRAIG // American Artist;Sep1952, Vol. 16 Issue 7, p48
The article features Chinese-American painter Richard Yip, who is at work in California as of September 1952. It says that the successful paintings of Yip are made on-the-spot, whose field kit includes a 17-inch by 22-inch knapsack with a paint rag, tube watercolors, a big white enamel butcher's...
- Take the OUTDOORS Into the Studio. Doherty, M. Stephen // American Artist;Feb2005, Vol. 69 Issue 751, p52
Features artist June Young and her works. Details of a step-by-step demonstration of her work using watercolor; Technique used by Young to lighten areas of her painting.
- WORKING UP A PAINTING IDEA. IRIS, BONNIE // American Artist: Watercolor;Fall1994, p118
The article profiles Martha Mans, an artist based in Colorado Springs. Her technique when starting a painting involves using a simple yet large design that leads into a deeper design within the painting. She was born in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania and graduated from Carlow College. She teaches at...