- n. Plural form of watercolor.
“Painting with watercolors is a scene that I can re-create very vividly in my mind.”
“Â The issue looks like it has been done in watercolors, or at least a very wet wash to give everything a dreamy look.”
“Charleston is now crowded with artists who pump out tediously maudlin watercolors of undulating marsh grass and stately church spires.”
“Velazquez works principally in watercolors, sometimes acrylics, and also does pen & ink drawings.”
“In effect, my prints became monoprints, which I'd continue to work up in watercolors and/or pastels.”
“Coppa: If you want to paint in watercolors, you shouldn’t be made to work in sculpture.”
“I follow her blog and her watercolors are amazingly beautiful.”
“In the Philippines, hunger is not recent: there are myths based upon the need to find food to stave off hunger: such is the case for the following short, an animated film made in watercolors.”
“My camera couldn't capture it; having better luck was a woman seated on a folding chair at the far end of the overlook, working in watercolors.”
“In addition, his watercolors were a whole other thing -- the latter-day works, and most especially the vivid paintings he did at the very beginning of his career, barely out of his teens.”
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