The Tao of Watercolor

The Tao of Watercolor

A Revolutionary Approach to the Practice of Painting

Book - 1998
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Combining the best of Eastern philosophy with the best of Western technique, this book is the first in a three-part series that offers inspiring and empowering advice for artists and creators of all levels. 100 color illustrations.
Publisher: New York : Watson-Guptill, 1998.
ISBN: 9780823050574
Characteristics: 112 p. :,col. ill. ;,24 cm.


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Apr 06, 2014

Jeanne Carbonetti does beautiful, vibrant water colors and I enjoyed the many illustrations of her art throughout the book. Bizarre was finding a squashed fly between pages 14/15 (??) which I removed and found a hard time putting someone who would enjoy her art together with someone who would pick up a beautiful library book and kill and leave a fly in it for someone else to find. But I digress.... I believe the artists is very well intentioned but there is too much technique in the form of rules and "how to" and little exploratory, gentle lessons to follow.

Sep 20, 2009

This book has some useful techniques, but the writing itself can be a little grating. Read with good humour.

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