REYNOLD WEIDENAAR: Printmaker into Watercolorist
- Painting everyday life. Dixon, Henry // American Artist;Oct1996, Vol. 60 Issue 651, p32
Presents author's experience in painting everyday life with the use of watercolors. Favorite subjects of the author; Use of watercolor to evoke mood, emotion and feeling; Technique being employed by the author.
- Gain Inspiration. Dalio, Carl // American Artist: Watercolor;2012 Best of Watercolor, p115
In a personal narrative, the author provides information regarding his childhood in Texas, his experience as a professional painter, and his watercolor painting technique.
- A TASTING MENU. Lewis, Meredith E. // American Artist: Watercolor;Fall2005, Vol. 11 Issue 44, p4
Introduces a series of articles on watercolor painting and watercolorists.
- Brushstrokes. Hinchman, Hannah // Sierra;Sep/Oct94, Vol. 79 Issue 5, p19
Describes how the author composed a watercolor painting with fast strokes. Style of several American master watercolorists; Watercolor painting as a act of translation.
- Pen, Ink, and Water. Lustig, Paul // American Artist;Jan2000, Vol. 64 Issue 690, p54
Details the author's career as a watercolor painter based in Lakewood, Ohio. His educational background; How the suburban landscape of his neighborhood inspires his paintings; How he began sketching homes; Three artists who influence his works; Reasons for his preference for pen and ink; Why he...
- Laying It On Thick. Kinch, Michael P. // American Artist;Aug2000, Vol. 64 Issue 697, p42
Features watercolorist Dolores Ribal. How she discovered watercolor painting; Transition of Ribal from abstract to realistic representation; Recognition on her mastery of design and composition; How Ribal values the design of a painting; Her preference on painting tools.
- Taking flight. M.B.; Story, Richard David // Vogue;Apr99, Vol. 189 Issue 4, p234
Profiles watercolor painter, Walton Ford. Combination of old-fashioned naturalistic accuracy with allegorical narratives and cryptic writing; Focus of his work on nature; Availability of his prints at the Paul Kasmin Gallery in New York City.
- Expanding on Light Versus Dark. Baxter, Kathleen // American Artist;Dec2001, Vol. 65 Issue 713, p28
Features watercolor artist James Brantley and his works. His painting process; Method he adopted from the late Jackson Pollock; Two ways Brantley determines his subjects.
- ANOTHER PERSPECTIVE. MORRIS, JUDY // American Artist: Watercolor;Spring1992, p59
The author talks about her technique as watercolor artist wherein she shares that though she strives for strong lighting patterns in her painting, she prefers using what nature has delivered than inventing a cinematic lighting situation, notes that she uses her experience as an artist to edit...