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Watercolor Artist August 2013 Issue: A Must-Have Art Resource for Watercolor Techniques

Watercolor Artist August 2013 Issue: A Must-Have Art Resource for Watercolor Techniques


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We are so proud to release this must-have watercolor painting art resource—the Watercolor Artist August 2013 issue hits newsstands on Tuesday! You’ll learn watercolor techniques with luminescent paints, creative approaches to watercolor texture and painting iconic landmarks for maximum impact, straight from modern masters such as Antonio Masi, Karin Isenburg, Andy Wood, Gary Greene, Don Getz, Deena S. Ball, Kim Caldwell and more! Who knows, you might conceive some watercolor painting ideas of your own along the way! Take a sneak peek of the issue in this video preview—if you enjoy the video, be sure to give it a big thumbs up in YouTube, and let us know what you think in the comments.




See the rest of the stunning watercolor paintings in the August 2013 issue of Watercolor Artist.

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