Watercolor: Lana Grow's Experimental Watermedia Paintings

 

In the spring 2008 issue of Watercolor magazine, we explore how Lana Grow explores abstraction in her watermedia paintings. We offer more examples of her experimental technique in this online exclusive gallery.

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Emissary of Light
and Form II

2005, watermedia,
30 x 22. Private
collection.
Ancient Spirit
Convergence

2005, watermedia
and collage, 30 x 22.
Private collection.
Worlds Apart II
2006, watermedia,
30 x 22. Collection
the artist.

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Catch the Blue
Rhythm/
Join the Party
2007, watermedia,
30 x 22. Collection
the artist.
Play That Tune for
Triple Time

2006, mixed media,
30 x 22. Collection
the artist.
Glorious Entry
2007, watermedia,
30 x 22. Private collection.

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Receding Tides
2005, collage and
mixed media, 30 x 10.
Collection the artist.
Geometric Janets I
2005, watermedia,
30 x 10. Private collection.

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5 thoughts on “Watercolor: Lana Grow's Experimental Watermedia Paintings

  1. Congrats Lana!

    I feel very lucky to have been in your workshop at Camp McDowell and even more so to have one of your paintings framed and hanging.

    Gloria

  2. Love your work. Hope to attend a workshop of yours! Karen Knutson, from your area, will do the Northern Plains Watercolor Society workshop near Rapid City in August, and I see some similarities in style. I’m amazed at how you keep inventing and growing as artists.

  3. I am a “colorist” who is particularly interested in pattern, line, and texture. I would love to be able to put all that together as well as you can. I hope to take your workshop sponsored by the Peninsula of Fine Arts Center in Newport News, VA in June 2009. Your work is beautiful!

    —Nancy Topping Bazin

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