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It’s quite simple to start watercolor paintings – mix water with the paint, paint with brush on paper. But it’s not simple to grasp the technique and create a piece of high quality. It takes time to experiment and there are a lot to learn.

Early Spring

Ulyana is self-tought artist from Switzerland. She learned watercolor paintings in high school, and left traditional media for a long time and now rediscovered her passion on it.

Alis volat propriis

Why do people dream?

Joanna Wedrychowska is an artist from Poland who works on tradition media. Her watercolor paintings capture emotions, beautiful and evocative.


Faces of Persephone II

Jane Beata is an artist from Modra, Slovakia who painted amazing colorful drawings. She captures emotions in her works in a softness and surreal style.

A lovely moment when a cute creature eat your mind

Away, but not enough

Dreams of Awakening

Guillem Marí is a freelance illustrator currently based in Ibiza island, Spain. His work is full of vibrant colors and daydreams.

Inside Glow (Print version)

Berlin, Germany based artist Svenja Jödicke created intricate works in detailed colors, esp. his eye art paintings, which are absolutely mind blowing. Svenja paints with watercolor, acrylics and collages.


UK based artist Carne Griffiths created so creative and inspiring paintings with tea and ink. His work creates a journey of escapism which focuses on scenes of awe and wonder, projecting a sense of abandonment and inviting the viewer to share and explore this inner realm.

Lesson of Trust

Ukrainian artist Elena Shastina created the beautiful paintings with watercolor and ink.

Blue Velvet

Rosaria Battiloro is a multi-talented artist from Naples, Italy, specializing in pencils, inks, acrylics, watercolors. She created a series of portrait watercolor paintings focusing on emotions and surrealist effect.

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