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  • Tie Your Hands Behind Your Back

    You can go the less extreme route, of course, but there is something to be said about a studio painting session in which you don't pick up a brush. You don't make any sketches. You just observe. I find myself doing this again and again when I discover a new artist or a body of work from a painter...
    Posted to Artist Daily by Courtney Jordan on 19 Apr 2015
    Filed under: How To Paint, watercolor painting, Art
  • The Realities of a Fine Art Career--John Salminen

    A Moment with John Salminen The Third in an Artist Daily Exclusive Series: The Realities of a Fine Art Career Summit Avenue by John Salminen, watercolor painting. What did you find most surprising about being a full-time painter? To be truly considered a professional artist, it's necessary to produce...
    Posted to The Artist's Life by Paul Sullivan on 13 Apr 2015
    Filed under: Watercolor Painting, Art Business, Art, Artist Daily
  • The Realities of a Fine Art Career--Frank Eber

    A Few Words with Frank Eber The Second in an Artist Daily Exclusive Series: The Realities of a Fine Art Career Lost Arrow Road, Yosemite by Frank Eber, watercolor painting. What did you find most surprising about being a full-time painter? The commitment level it takes to keep it all going was surprising...
    Posted to The Artist's Life by Paul Sullivan on 8 Apr 2015
    Filed under: Watercolor Painting, Art Business, Art, Artist Daily
  • The Realities of a Fine Art Career--Stephen Quiller

    A Talk with Stephen Quiller The First in an Artist Daily Exclusive Series: The Realities of a Fine Art Career Portrait of Hidden Falls #3 by Stephen Quiller, 36 x 24, water media. What did you find most surprising about being a full-time painter? I have heard many times that artists can only paint when...
    Posted to The Artist's Life by Paul Sullivan on 6 Apr 2015
    Filed under: how to paint, Watercolor Painting, Art, Artist Daily
  • 3 Tips So You Don't Wipe Out on Smooth Washes

    I am rolling my eyes with embarrassment when I tell you that when I first saw watercolor paintings with wide expanses of color I assumed that these were applied and then wiped out and smoothed over after they were laid down. I had no idea that there were watercolor painting techniques that you could...
    Posted to Artist Daily by Courtney Jordan on 5 Apr 2015
    Filed under: How To Paint, watercolor painting, Art
  • Portrait Art By Terrance Credle

    Posted to Portraiture by credle215 on 10 Feb 2015
  • Totally frustrated

    I'm new here, I am also new to forums, so if this isn't the right place to write then I am sorry. I have been painting for more then forty years, I have tried watercolour, acrylics and oils. I decided a few years ago to concentrate on my watercolour work. But I have been going through a very...
    Posted to Watermedia by Swinson on 24 Jan 2015
  • Watercolor posting

    Hello, I am a new member. I started back painting when I retired in 2011. Many years ago I painted in oils, but the smells really gave my sinus a fit. I finally gave that and many years later I started playing around with photo manipulation and digital art. Over time that just made me miss the feel of...
    Posted to Watermedia by guitar1 on 29 Aug 2014
  • Re: CHALLENGE # 39 JANUARY 2014

    This is my latest painting. MY LITTLE CHICADEE. It is WC on 7x10 lanaquarelle hot pressed. The photo is pretty close but It loses some of the detail.
    Posted to All Media Photo Challenge by Berkenstock on 22 Jan 2014
  • Re: CHALLENGE # 39 JANUARY 2014

    Hello again artist friends, I hope this will fit into the January challenge even if I do not have a surfer....yet.LOL I really miss the ocean and its breeze... A wonderful night to you all! comments and critiques are always welcomed I will follow you... Cristina
    Posted to All Media Photo Challenge by Cristina Mihailescu on 14 Jan 2014
  • "Bury Brother"

    In this new painting, I'm trying to capture the bright New Mexico sun against my grandkids skin and clothes as they played at White Sands National Monument. It's transparent watercolor on a full sheet of 300 lb Arches rough. Some of the texture was created by applying acrylic molding paste prior...
    Posted to Member Gallery by woodyduncan on 28 Aug 2010
    Filed under: watercolor, Childhood, figurative, watercolour, child, children, watercolor portrait, watercolour painting., watercolor child, Realistic, sand, Little boy, watercolor painting, watercolor on paper, 24 X 30 IN, southwest, Southwest United States, watercolors, child portrait, little girl, light and shadow, Woody Duncan, figurative painting, Girl Child, sun, realistic portrait, southwest art, southwestern art, Southwest art, childhood fun, water color painting, portrait from photo, realistic painting, figuative, children portrait, children portraits, grankids, water color painting 22" x 30" Arches 300 lb cold press, Portrait children, portrait child, Watercolor ., figural
  • "Fire in the Hole"

    One of the many benefits of living in Albuquerque are the hot air balloons. This watercolor shows the crew team inflating the envelope early one morning. My center of interest is the flame from the propane burner. I used 300 lb Arches rough. Matted the painting will fit a 28 x 22 inch frame.
    Posted to Member Gallery by woodyduncan on 26 Feb 2010
    Filed under: watercolor, figurative, realism, watercolor people, watercolor painting, watercolor on paper, Woody Duncan, water color-figure, water color painting
  • "Different Tune"

    Another musician that we saw as we walked the New Orleans French Quarter last October. It seemed unusual to find a flute player on the street. This watercolor was done on 140 lb Arches stretched over a sheet of gator board. Matted and framed it will measure 28 x 22 inches.
    Posted to Member Gallery by woodyduncan on 7 Feb 2010
    Filed under: watercolor, watercolor people, Male figure, Male portrait, Transparent watercolor, watercolor portrait, music, Realistic, watercolor figurative, figure painting, watercolor painting, watercolor on paper, musician, Woody Duncan, transparent, musical, figurative painting, water color-figure, Watercolor Painting Portrait Instructions
  • "First Day of School"

    Pavina sent me a photo of her nephew on his first day of school. Have pity on his kindergarden teacher. The image is about 17 x 17 inches. I'm looking for a 22 x 22 inch frame. It's done in transparent watercolor on Arches 140 lb rough which I stretched over a piece of gator board. Of course...
    Posted to Member Gallery by woodyduncan on 20 Nov 2009
    Filed under: watercolor, portrait, Childhood, realism, watercolor people, child, children, youth, watercolor portrait, watercolor child, Realistic, watercolor painting, watercolor on paper, munch, child portrait, Woody Duncan, portrait painting
  • "Duct Tape Tuba"

    A memory of the French Quarter in New Orleans - this watercolor was painted on 140 lb Arches stretched over gator board - the painting is about 21 x 17 - when framed it will be 28 x 22 - Mardi Gras beads were added to help it look more like New Orleans
    Posted to Member Gallery by woodyduncan on 28 Oct 2009
    Filed under: watercolor, figurative, watercolor people, figure, watercolor portrait, music, figure painting, watercolor painting, watercolor on paper, 17x22", portraitt, musician, Woody Duncan, musical, figurative painting
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