Category: Watercolor


Bill Bate

SWIMMING SOULS Bill Bate: “I have always been inspired by the human figure and the effect light has upon it. I have used various ways of portraying the body such as dance, swimming and also boxing but it is the body itself that interests me rather than the activities in particular. It is the physicality […]

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Masato Tsuchiya

Discover more about Masato Tsuchiya in INAG and Instagram ALL IMAGES © MASATO TSUCHIYA

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Lev Kaplan

THE BOOK ILLUSTRATIONS OF LEV KAPLAN “The older I get the more I go back to my artistic preferences as illustrator. My favorite artists are Albrecht Dürer, Peter Bruegel the Elder, and Rogier van der Weyden. My favorites from more modern periods in art history are Egon Schiele, Vincent van Gogh… I could make this […]

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Madeline Berger

THE ACCIDENTS OF WATERCOLOR FLUIDITY “My painting is often figurative but I try to enrich it with accidents. The technique of watercolor allows me precision but also a kind of abstraction thanks to the fluidity of this medium. I have a hard time translating my approach knowing that it evolves very quickly, I am looking […]

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Flavia Flàme

CHI SONO ? Non sono un’artista, faccio solo quel che devo fare. [Adjacent image: ‘Red Death Hand Gold’ series] [Source: Behance] Discover more about Flavia Flàme in Behance ALL IMAGES © FLAVIA FLÀME

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Hülya Özdemir

A COLOUR HUNTER Who are you? What do you do? Basically, I’m a colour hunter. I use my imagination as a colour catching net and collect them for my new paintings. Where are you from? I’m from Istanbul, Turkey. I’ve been living in Bodrum (south aegean) for 3 years. Your style in 3 words? colour […]

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