The Art of Watercolour 16th issue
Time has come to unveil the results of our World Watercolour Competition: discover the paintings of the 7 winners and 23 finalists in our central pages. Also: how to paint a creative self-portrait with David Lobenberg, the art of rendering the textures of a rusted train with Peter Jablokow, enjoy the cinematographic…
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In this issue, time has come to unveil the results of our World Watercolour Competition: discover the paintings of the 7 winners and 23 finalists in our central pages.
Also: how to paint a creative self-portrait with David Lobenberg, the art of rendering the textures of a rusted train with Peter Jablokow, enjoy the cinematographic quality of Nicholas Phillips' uncanny scenes, learn how for Linda Doll body language triggers stories to paint, find out which colours to use in order to achieve beautiful autumn landscapes, walk the paths of History – and of Provence! – with a couple of French watercolorists… and much more!
Focus on The European Confederation of Watercolour Societies annual symposium in Cordoba.
International news: Watercolour events from all over the world.
Watercolour around the world: Watercolor West, United States.
We were there: The World Watermedia Exhibition, Thailand.
Revelations: discover our selection of noteworthy artists.
Meet the Artists:
Lok Kerk Hwang, still Lifes. “I am intrigued by unwanted and neglected objects. They are something very real that everybody has seen in real life.”
Peto Poghosyan, urban scenes: “The use of signs, billboards and cars is not an end in itself. I emphasise one element or another to describe an atmosphere and tell a story.”
Nicholas Phillips, interior scenes: “The creative part of my work lies in setting up the photo shoot: how to configure the moment that will be depicted in the painting.”
Peter Jablokow, objects: “I’m always on the lookout for a strong light source with crisp shadows and, hopefully, dappled light over all the messy machine parts.”
Joe Dowden, landscapes: “I probably work less on mood than most other painters, and more on light and visual impact. ”
Linda Doll, figures: “Body language and the story it tells have always fascinated me. ”
Marie-Christine Alunni and Bernard Lemayeur, landscapes: “We painted our watercolours following our inspiration as we happened on different locations during our walks.”
David Lobenberg, self-portrait: “I use whatever method it takes to create an exciting portrait!”