For June here are the latest batch of watercolours. I've been on holiday recently so haven't been able to 'collect' as many as usual. It depends on what you prefer but there is some lovely work here.
? Not sure who the artist is? It isn't Gerard (I don't think) although similar in many respects. In any event I love it! OF COURSE BEV JOZWIAK!
This is on Yupo paper, which Stan has been experimenting on. No drawing (I think) and he feels it has enabled him, a very precise although not super realistic painter, to 'loosen up'. Yupo with it's shiny, smooth surface is certainly unusual. I have a small sheet supplied with a copy of 'Watercolor Artist' but haven't yet plucked up the courage to try it!
The ever reliable Trevor
The brilliant Nepalese artist, again much is to be found about him if you look
The guru of Australian watercolour artists. One of his older paintings this is Cape Canaveral.
I have to include Gerard, one of my favourite artists and great person.
Seago, although shunned by the art establishment, despite being a close friend of the Royal family, was - and still is - one of the most influential British artists. Although he painted many watercolours like the above oils were his first love. Look at how he portrays this scene with such simplification.
N B Gurung by a Chinese Artist - I've put this in because I love the way it has been painted. Many of these Chinese artists are just breathtaking.
A legendary British artist from the Seago era.
Woon Lam Ng
Oscar Quadros from Peru
That's it then folks hope you like them.