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 Publications, 1998
ISBN: 9780823050574
0823050572
Branch Call Number: 751.422 CAR 1998
Characteristics: 12 p. : ill

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BloomFree
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.

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spindlewit
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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