Color Map: Study of Color

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In making our color wheel we found ourselves faced with the same question entertained by artists, scientists, professors and colorists for the last two and a half centuries, “Which color wheel?&... Read More

Cultivating Creativity with Georgia Mansur

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The beauty of wearing many hats in the world is the rich opportunity to see things from several different perspectives. Having lived in the country and earning our family income from the land for most... Read More

DANIEL SMITH’s Seven Sienna Watercolors!

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  Welcome to the world of DANIEL SMITH’s Seven Sienna Watercolors! Why do we have seven Sienna Watercolors? Because as an artist, it is important that you have the colors to give you the best e... Read More

Forbidden Fruit: Watercolor by Brenda Swenson

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Brenda Swenson Forbidden Fruit Watercolor Technique Pomegranates are a reoccurring theme in my artwork. Every characteristic of the fruit has come to symbolize something to me in its shape, color, see... Read More

Introducing 8 New DANIEL SMITH Watercolors!

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  DANIEL SMITH is introducing 8 New Watercolors! The addition of these new, 15ml watercolors brings the collection to 252 colors, the most of any manufacturer! Why so many colors? Every artist is... Read More

Joseph Zbukvic: Insights From a Master

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  Watercolor painting is difficult enough without hindering yourself with unnecessary obstacles. I have dramatically improved the painting skills of many students by giving them the basic tips I ... Read More

Travel Sketches by Laurin McCracken

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Nothing helps you remember a time and a place like making a sketch while you are there. I must have taken a hundred photos of the little town of Nafplio, Greece, but I don’t remember taking any of t... Read More