Tag Archives: Ryan Fox Watercolor

Art of Watercolour Magazine

Sometimes surprises are nice! I saw this post on facebook from another painter friend- the French version of Art of Watercolour. Guess whose painting “Machu Picchu Vista” is pictured at the bottom of the page? However, my painting is not featured on the English version of the cover (bummer) but I do have a two page article in both versions… (more…)

Watercolor Workshops- Plein Air Painting & Photographing Artwork

June was an insane month- I hung my work at three solo exhibitions (Clayton Arts Center, Chef’s Palette Restaurant in Cary, NC, and Arts of the Albemarle Museum in Elizabeth City).   In addition, I taught two evening classes through Wake County Adult Education (Color Theory with Watercolor & Watercolor Loose and Fast). I also conducted two workshops- a Plein Air… (more…)

Interview with Creative Catalyst Productions online blog

Recently, I had the honor of being interviewed for an online article by the folks at Creative Catalyst Productions. I talk a little about my inspiration, my resource photographs, and most importantly- why I enjoy working with multiple techniques.  I hope it sheds some light on why I am constantly experimenting and trying to grow as an artist.  Take a… (more…)

2017 Georgia Watercolor Society Juried Exhibition

I returned from the Georgia Watercolor Society 2017 National Juried Exhibition on March 11th. The show was held in the beautiful Carrollton Cultural Arts Center in historic Carrollton, GA. It was a long drive from Raleigh (482 miles).  However, it is not every day you get signature status in an a watercolor association (for GWS you have be accepted in… (more…)

Watercolor batik classes in Raleigh/Cary, NC

Do you want to learn the art of watercolor batik?   Watercolor batik is the process of using traditional watercolor paint and wax to create unique and beautiful batik-style paintings on Japanese rice paper.  This process is similar to the age old technique where melted wax is applied to fabric as a resist and then the fabric is dipped in… (more…)