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Παρασκευή, 13 Ιουνίου 2014

Sylvie Griselle

My training was attending lectures by watercolourist Thionvillois for two years. Thereafter I conducted workshops and internships. I participated in many exhibitions and competitions that have brought me to the days of honorable awards both in France and abroad .

From 1980 to 1985 I exhibited in several galleries (Nancy , Strasbourg , Thionville , Basel) . 

My artistic activity was discontinued in the 90s for professional reasons and it was not until 2011 that I could take the brushes.


From 2012 I have participated in many events on watercolor such qu'Uckange , Namur, the Biennale de Saint Pol de Léon , Montgermont , and also the festival Gaillon I also attend the show this Confluences in Aiguillon fall.


My passion for watercolor inspired me to explore the different techniques in the landscape, animal theme , but it is especially the portrait that inspires me. I try to translate with this amazing medium of watercolor , emotions and feelings of my characters.


La petite tibetaine, watercolor


Laurence Ghislain

Artist in the soul, already every girl I had appropriated this art that is the drawing. 

As time goes by and while growing, my master's degree became refined and my desire to put colors on this blank page hatched by pencil strokes invaded me. Only the watercolor answered my waits.  

Free and magic the creative water subjected me. The watercolorist tightrope walker has from then on respite only to confront there. Ceaselessly amazed by the magic of the watercolor, her effects, her lights, her intensities, I pursue my begun journey 20 years ago. I learn every day of a so rich, so surprising technique. 

Every watercolor is a moment of grace.  My only wish is to make it to you share and to invite you to a festival of colours …



L' embellie, watercolor



Peggy Morgan Stenmark AWS, NWS

Peggy Morgan Stenmark has painted fulltime for 15 years, specializing in watercolors and acrylics.

She is a signature member of the American Watercolor Society, the National Watercolor Society, the Rocky Mountain Watermedia Society, Western Federation of Watercolor Societies and the Colorado Watercolor Society.

Her work has been featured in Watercolor and Watercolor Magic magazines.

She was a contributing artist to the book Creative Freedom, edited by Maggie Price, published in 2013.

Peggy taught at the Art Student’s League of Denver for six years and has taught workshops in Colorado and California for many years.

Her work has won numerous awards including from the National Watercolor Society, Watercolor West, and the Colorado Watercolor Society.


Her work is represented by The Gallery at frame shop:creede.




Mining equipment II, watercolor

Boris Dragojevic

Boris Dragojevic was born in 1956 in Cetinje, Montenegro. 

He graduated at Academy of fine Arts in Belgrade in 1983.  

He finished post graduate studies in 1986. 

He is member of  ULUS since 1984. He lives and works in Belgrade.





Time, watercolor

Binnur Cavusoglu

According to me watercolor itself which is transparent and has got poetry inside, is the best expression technique compare to all kinds of art. It's full of surprises.
Transparency and liquidity of watercolor requires control therefore it races against time. Boats, harbors, sea, streets , fields, briefly everything that brightens with light constitute my themes.


Binnur Cavusoglu was born in Istanbul. After she completed her interior design education she had worked on hospital, hotel and restoration projects. Also she used watercolor technique in her projects which was the common expression technique in 80's.  she attended Isil Ozisik, Alvaro Castagnet and Joseph Zbukvic's workshops. 

In 2012 she won the outstanding prize with 'Haydarpasa Railway Station' which is sponsored by Bold Brush Faso. She also participated in local and foreign exhibitions. 


Lighthouse sile, watercolor



Linda Baker AWS, NWS

“Capturing the extraordinary light that transforms a subject almost to abstraction is a main objective in creating my watercolors. My love of white and the soft nuances of gray along with the richness of earth tones make up my subtle palette” says artist Linda Baker. 

As a full time artist, she creates originals, reproduces a line of giclees and has two instructional videos available through Creative Catalyst Productions, along with jurying and teaching workshops both nationally and Internationally.

Her paintings appear in the Splash series along with the Artistic Touch and The Best of  Watercolor Artists by Konstantin Sterkhov.

She has been featured in American Artist, The Artist Magazine, L’Aqarelle and the American version The Watercolor Magazine. Her awards include the Adirondacks, Fallbrook Signature Exhibition along with the National Watercolor Society, and the American Watercolor Society. Her work was featured in the Shanghai Biennial in China, and is currently on display in the Shenzhen International.


She currently resides in Charleston South Carolina in the United States of America.




Fractured Light, watercolor

CHANONT WANGPUCHAKANE

Chanont Wangpuchakane graduated in the aerospace engineering, Kasetsart University in 2004. 

With his passion in arts, he took another degree in applied art, interior design, Bangkok University. 

Currently, he’s working as a mechanical design engineer and his part-time works as a sketch artist and interior designer. 

Watercolor has been the main medium for rendering the interior presentation and that’s where he started painting watercolor. 

His painting style was to capture the mood and atmosphere of the urban and townscape with not much detail. Light, shadow, smoke, and etc are easily found in his paintings.



Memorial Bridge, watercolor