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Watercolor Artist

Formerly titled Watercolor Magic, Watercolor Artist still celebrates the magic of watercolor, but the new name puts the emphasis where it belongs - on you, the artist. Look for all of your favorite columns to return, as well as features from the top watercolorists working today. A magazine for watercolor painters and illustrators, Watercolor Artist features practical, step-by-step instructions, new product information, artist profiles, answers to readers' questions about technique.

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Customer Reviews

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    Best of the watercolor quarterlies

    The quarterly magazine "Watercolor Magic" features well-known artists such as George Gibson, Carolyn Lord, Stephen Quiller, and Janet Fish, who share their inspiration and techniques with the readers. There's always something in each issue for both beginning and advanced watercolorists. The magazine is packed with color photographs--even the advertisements are interesting. I only wish it were published more than four times a year.

    One of my favorite features is the "Swipe File" where readers share tips and techniques, such as how to apply frisket with a feather, transforming plastic Christmas light separators into brush holders, and...

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    Best Watercolor Magazine

    I am a watercolor artist and instructor. My friend who is also a watercolorist gave me a subscription to this magazine for my birthday. It is full of useful information, hints, and inspiration. You will love every page of every issue.

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    I have to admit I look forward to this coming in the mail. I am a beginning watercolor artist and I greatly enjoy this magazine. With each issue you get to look into the styles of different artists. They don't just tell you about the artist, they show you tips and give ideas. A more advanced artist would probably get quite a bit more out of this magazine then me. There are even articles about how to sell, and how to market your art. I look forward to using the new techniques!

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