Tuesday, 8 March 2016

Watercolour Paintings (16)

Here are some more watercolours I have selected. Some artists are `regulars'  others are new. I keep finding new artists all the time and, as usual,  have picked a mixture of styles and subjects. There should be something for everyone. There are some quite complicated paintings with breathtaking vistas. I'm often amazed at how the artists paint them, quite beyond me. . I hope you like them.


The fabulous Yuko Nagayama


Gerda Mertens - strong colours


Morten E Solberg Snr 


Genevieve Buchanan - simplicity itself.

Orhan Gurel


Viktor Retuerto



John Salminen



Same Altuncu



Linda Norvelle



Hiew Yv


Ellen Brennerman

 I have to confess I don't know for sure if this is watercolour. Her website doesn't mention what medium she uses, at least I can't find anything. She certainly uses liquid paint and water. It may well be mixed media. Fabulous painting though.I have to confess I'm not sure.



Bev Jozwiak


Gerard Hendriks


Milind Mulick - rather different to his normal works


Jonathan Kwegyir Aggrey

What an impact this young African artist has made over the last few years


Charles Reid

Two Apaches from the last hostile band. This encompasses one of my other interests.




12 comments:

Polly Birchall said...

Mouthwatering selection

Ray Maclachlan said...

Such a varied selection this time, Peter. Excellent. The colours are so vivid. But as you know it is impossible to really change the way you paint. Improvements, yes. Overall change , no.

ann @ studiohyde said...

Lovely to see such a great selection of wonderful artists. I thought the Yuko Nagayama painting (first one) was rather like the Brusho art doing the rounds, and the Genevieve Buchanan one very on the style of Charles Reid. Thanks for sharing all these Peter, I'm going to be taking a close look at them individually.

Peter Ward said...

Glad you like them Polly.

Peter Ward said...

I think you can change when you're young Ray but not at our ages. I changed style years ago when I can under the influence of Charles Reid and Judy Whitton. When you do this you do lose out in other ways.

Peter Ward said...

Thanks Ann. I met Genevieve on two Charles Reid workshops. She's done many more with other artists - still doing them in fact.Her paintings do show the Reid influence more than any other and she's become extremely loose. John Salminen looks to me to be heavily influenced by Frank Webb.

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Peter Ward said...

While there is nothing untoward in your post `Unknown' I don't like `anonymous'posts.If you post please put your name.

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Peter Ward said...

OK Susaleena no problem.

Ninnu said...

All are beautiful and awesome. Yuko Nagayama's and John Salminen's works are my favorites of these :).

Peter Ward said...

Glad you like them Ninnu