Browsing Watercolours

Blue Clouds
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on 12th August 2014
 
An original art painting,medium watercolor on paper.

Movement
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on 18th July 2014
 
I discover the fact of the nature and life from the cloud that it always changes all the time as the philosophy of the life says  " Nothing lasts long forever " I interpret the cloud movement to my art and hope the art brings the fact of life to mankind.

Artist Focus: Simon Goss
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on 20th November 2013
 
Simon Goss works as a graphic designer, but in his spare time he steps away from the screen to attend live model classes and paint the human form in watercolor. Using a pencil to sketch their outline, Simon balances the composition with soft spreading colors, creating incredible representations of real people against an empty backdrop.In this...

Watercolours - My Dilemmas
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on 20th June 2013
 
Watercolours – My Dilemmas I love to paint in watercolours.  I find that I can complete an A4-sized watercolour painting relatively quickly, and for me that means 4 – 5 hours over one or two days.  I can achieve subtle variations in colour, virtual texture, and depth of field and, since the paint dries fairly quickly, I...

Artist Focus: Tim Wilmot
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on 16th November 2012
 
Tim Wilmot is one of the newest members of the Artsia community - a watercolorist living in Bristol, UK. It’s surprising to learn that his painting is a hobby; he has his own splotched style that uses light loose brushstrokes that lean towards impressionism. The light-flushed scenes have a wet, reflective look to them, and scrolling through...

SCWS Traveling Show and Juried Exhibition
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on 17th August 2012
 
My watercolor painting titled "foreclosure Inc" was selected by juror Carol Carter watercolorist living and working in St. Louis, MO to be part of Annual exhibition of the South Carolina Watermedia Society exhibition 2012. It was also awarded and will be in the traveling show throughout the State for a year. The SC State Museum will arrange the...

Artist Focus: Jack Mcguire
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on 17th August 2012
 
Our interview for this month’s artist focus is with Jack Mcguire from Toronto, who works primarily in pen and ink to create melting, fractured images of the human form. His figures exist in their own space, twisting and dissolving inside the empty world of blank white paper. After escaping a life of public and media relations, Jack returned...

Coming Soon!
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on 8th May 2012
 
Still in the works