Joyful Day, Water Over Mountain By Marjorie Glick, Watercolor Painting

On a recent painting trip to Acadia National Park, the idea for the watercolor painting “Joyful Day” (above) was born. Sunlight, clear water, ocean waves, sunshine, and a perfect breeze. Sitting by the ocean, feet in the water, on a perfect rock, and using another nearby rock for a table — I immediately knew that…

Grandmothers House By Lilla Schuch, Watercolor Paintings

Lilla Schuch was born in Budapest, Hungary. Creating has always been part of her life ever since early childhood. At the age of 16 she got accepted in the Secondary School of Fine and Applied Arts  where she had been studying drawing and sculpturing for five years. Currently she is doing her master’s degree in…

Golden Moment By John Hulsey, Watercolor Painting

Watercolor artists generally paint from light to dark, carefully building up tones in successive layers, while preserving the white of the paper where necessary. While I do often work in this premeditated system when in the studio, painting en plein air, in strong sun and perhaps wind, demands a slightly different approach if I am…

Bankovsky Bridge By Olga Litvinenko, Watercolor Painting

Live and work in St. Petersburg. Artist, teacher. Graduated from the State Academy of painting, sculpture and architecture in St.-Petersburg. She studied with famous artists of Russia, Professor, academician V. A. Vetrogonsky and great artist, Professor V. G. Starov at the Faculty of graphics. Actively participated in all academic exhibitions. Postgraduate( graphic Department ). Began…