Another selection of watercolour paintings, mostly from well-known artists. A variety of different styles with something for everyone (I hope).
Millind Mulick - A very prolific and terrific artist with a huge following on Facebook. Uses a lot of green, considered a difficult colour by some artists.
Alvaro Castagnet - One of the top Worldwide workshop artists - enough said
Bev Jozwiak - this one and the one below are typical Bev. I love her jackdaws. She has a book out but you won't find it on Amazon or in Waterstones unfortunately. You will need to hunt it down probably via her website or Facebook page.
Christian Couteau - A very distinctive style and use of colour.
Charles Reid - My guru (along with Gerard).
David Taylor - One of the top Australian watercolourists
Edo Hannema - again less well-known but still good and this one appealed to me with its simplicity and subtlety, very hard to emulate.
Gerard Hendriks - a change from birds and animals, simple yet effective. Not one of my favourites - I love his birds.
Gerda Mertens - the famed Belgian artist, this one unfinished but very interesting to study how it is developing
Jem Bowden - I don't know much about this artist, conventional but effective village scene, typically British.
Liu Yi - a Chinese artist now teaching at EPC Catalonia. Look how subtle this is.
N B Gurung - another high profile artist with a large following on Facebook.
Nita Engle - the terrific American artist who wrote an interesting book detailing her methods. Not for the fainthearted! I remember Ron Ranson showing her book to his students on a workshop.
Trevor Chamberlain. Considered one of the very best British watercolour artists, although originally painting in oils.
Vickie Nelson - not so well known as some of the others but excellent nevertheless
Thats it then. I hope these prove interesting. I wish I could paint as well as many (most) of these people. You can almost certainly find the majority of them by just `googling' the name if you particularly like their style. They are all on Facebook and some at least have their own web sites..