The Art of Watercolour 18th issue
Two new columns to keep you updated with your favorite watercolourists: in the first one, you will discover the latest works by artists previously featured in your magazine. In the second one, we ask an artist to present us with his own favorite painting: Andrew Kish raises the curtain on his painting, "Prisoners of more"
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In TAW 18, we have something new for you! Two new columns to keep you updated with your favorite watercolourists: in the first one, you will discover the latest works by artists previously featured in your magazine. In the second one, we ask an artist to present us with his own favorite painting: Andrew Kish raises the curtain on his painting, "Prisoners of more".
Also in this issue: an account of the first edition of a major event, Masters of Watercolor in Russia, by one of its founders, a 10-page feature on the new generation of Spanish watercolour, all the tips and pieces of advice on painting snow by Stanislaw Zoladz, special features on two winners of the World Watercolour Competition, Georges Artaud and Guan Weixing, and the astonishing story on why American artist Darry Steele started painting birds… And many more features!
Zoom on… the 4th Biennial in Saint-Cyr-sur-Mer, France.
International news: watercolour events from all over the world.
We were there: the Masters of Watercolor in Russia.
Watercolour societies: the German Watercolour society.
Revelations: discover our selection of noteworthy artists.
My last painting: 8 artists previously featured in your magazine present their latest work.
History of watercolour: the Gustave Moreau Museum in Paris.
My favourite painting: Andrew Kish and the watercolour he is most proud of.
MEET THE ARTIST
Stanislaw Zoladz, snow landscapes: “The most common mistake in painting snow is painting it too clear and strong, with too few shades.”
Carlos Leon Salazar, figures: “I believe that it’s always better when there is a close link between the painter and the subject.”
Georges Artaud, details of landscape: “Each work must have the same level of intensity from start to finish, an identical attention to detail.”
Andrzej Gosik, architecture: “As an architect, I feel naturally drawn to and enjoy painting architectural subjects.”
Portfolio Guan Weixing, portraits: “When portraits are full of life, when they communicate with your soul, then I am satisfied.”
Darryl Steele, birds: “Emotion in birds is expressed in their posture and expression and that is my focus when I paint them.”
Eban, abstract: “A painter should try and constantly surpass himself and aim for something greater than him as a person.”
Special feature: Spanish watercolour. The works of Patricia Castelao, Francisco Castro, Carlos Espiga and Nono Garcia.
Ng Woon Lam, urban scenes: “Working outdoors is a wonderful way of developing a whole new visual language.”
Chris Robinson, landscapes: “The sky is the generator for me. The sky will affect the light, and the light will affect the landscape.”