The word watercolor is a noun. Watercolor means (1) a painting produced with watercolors, (2) a water-base paint (with water-soluble pigments); used by artists, (3) water-soluble pigment.
Watercolor is also a verb that means (1) paint with watercolors.
The following articles and web pages elaborate on the word watercolor.
Watercolor art paper is the focus of the Watercolor-Paper.com website. If you are a watercolor artist who is choosing paper for a watercolor painting, this website can get you started in the right direction.
The American Watercolor Society was founded in 1866 to promote the art of watercolor painting in America. The Society holds a juried International Exhibition each year in New York City, and the show then travels to other locations during the year. The website also provides information about joining the Society, research sources, publications and CDs, and scholarships offered.
Watercolor painters can achieve many interesting effects in their paintings through the use of washes, wet-in-wet, glazing, and dry brush techniques. This website highlights several techniques that are used by watercolor artists.
Jane is a watercolor artist who lives and paints at the New Jersey shore. This website discusses her development as an artist and contains some samples of her diversified portfolio.
The following articles provide recent watercolor-related news.
Madcap Cottage now has a new canvas on which to relay its signature, watercolor designs. And Momeni Inc. now knows to “dream in color” — and in bright florals, plaids and stripes.
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