I came across Tanaka’s artwork by chance. All it took was a flyer for her first solo exhibit at a local coffee house in Denton, Texas. When visiting the show, I found well-calibrated, intense watercolors, bloody fantasies of dreamland escapes, and multi-faceted characters. Between daydreams and nightmares, I will choose to die in her world.
Anthropomorphic Animals are at home in the watercolor and ink artwork of Northern California artist, Amy Green. Carefully carved from their environments, they are viewed like the biology lab specimens that have inspired her since her youth. Her love of topographical maps is evident by the deft use of ink that defines the edges and inner workings of her beasts. Luckily she’s willing to share what a nature walk in her mind looks like with the rest of us.
When fashion illustration meets watercolor mastering you know this is going to be a great romance. UK based fashion illustrator Cate Parr takes a plunge into the shallow waters of fashion imagery using this delicate, dreamy and ever-flowing watercolor technique and creating visuals that really carve their way into your memory.