Author Archives: Joe

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About Joe

Owner and adminstration of the Painting With Watercolors website and forum. I am a professional watercolor artist, though I also use other mediums including pen and ink. I also enjoy playing with computers and the internet so this website is a bit of a hobby of mine.

How to Promote Your Artwork

Promotion as it applies to the sale of watercolor paintings How to promote your artwork is very important. The more people that know about it the more likely you will find a customer for it. When you first start out to sell paintings, you don’t often have much of a promotion budget if any.  However Continue Reading …

Where to sell your artwork: Location is important

Where to sell your artwork Where to sell paintings, is also an important question. You can sell them from your studio or home, through a gallery, at an exhibition; you could also sell them on-line, either through your own web site or another on line gallery site. Hey even eBay (though I don’t expect very Continue Reading …

Watercolor Paintings: An Artist’s Products

Product as it applies to Watercolor Paintings Product refers to your painting or work of art. Some typical questions are how big is it, what medium is it painted in, is it original artwork or is it a print, the subject matter, how good is the framing, is it framed or unframed, the materials you Continue Reading …

How to Price and Sell Paintings

So you want to sell paintings? If you produce a lot of artwork on a regular basis then the subject of  how to sell paintings will become important to you, if for not other reason that in time you will run out of storage space! I have also found that there is nothing like selling a Continue Reading …

Modified Dry Brush or Broken Edge Technique

Modified Dry Brush Technique to create tree foliage

Modified dry brush Instead of horizontal or vertical dry brush strokes you can use a more curved stroke using the body of the brush head, which just lightly touches the watercolor paper. The trick to this technique is to have your brush almost parallel to your watercolor paper, and not to let the point of Continue Reading …

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