Art of Watercolor 2018

Clay McGaughy, “Which Way?”, watercolor, 22 x 30.

Clay McGaughy, “Which Way?”, watercolor, 22 x 30.

Notoriously unpredictable, watercolors tend to bring an added level of complexity to the artist’s creative process. Nevertheless, many influential painters have mastered the tricky medium over the past few centuries, from Winslow Homer to Andrew Wyeth. Their acclaimed works have helped foster a greater appreciation for watercolors and pave the way for today’s talented watercolorists. In the following pages, we present a sampling of watercolor artists who portray a variety of subject matter in styles ranging from impressionism to realism. Just as their forebears did, they prove that the capricious medium can be reined in with beautiful results.

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