Artist Kimberly Cammerata uses watercolor to capture the light and rich detail of Italy.
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„My art is a reflection of my life, a reflection of myself…
„…If an artist were asked what he was thinking of while creating his work, he would hardly give a reasonable answer to that question. This process can not be analyzed. It is like a miracle. “
Looking at Anna Razumovskaya’s works you always getting a feeling of artist sole tension behind the painting… „romanticism“ is the word to describe Anna’s works…interlacing of a quiet tones with the bright color impact at the end is the trade mark of the artist…abstract elements is the big aspect of every artwork and, in a combination with the sensual dynamics, creates an unforgettable experience for the viewer.
Artist Anna Razumovskaya: graduated from Russian State University For Arts (high-class artist) in 1991. From 1992 to 1995 studied art in Germany, Belgium, Holland. Had personal exhibitions in New York, Paris, Toronto, Amsterdam, Antwerp and Berlin. There are many of Anna’s works in private collections in the USA, Canada, Austria, Holland, France, United Kingdom and Australia.“
First, let’s start with the pronunciation. It sounds like “gwash” and rhymes with squash.
Gouache is often described as opaque watercolor. While these two mediums have many similarities, gouache differs from watercolor in its quick dry-time and matte finish.
Janice Sung – Gouache on Strathmore 500 Series Ready Cut Watercolor, Cold Press
Goauche has a higher pigment content that is ground into larger particles than watercolor. This prevents it from granulating, causing opacity and a matte finish versus the translucent finish of watercolor. The bold, flat, poster-like finish makes it a versatile medium that is excellent for illustration, fine art and lettering.Below is a side-by-side comparison of artwork completed by Minnie Small in gouache (left) and watercolor (right).