Understanding realism in watercolors with Laurin McCracken
In this episode of STUDIO DIALOGUES, I'm in conversation with Laurin McCracken, an American watercolor painter known for his photorealistic still lifes, florals, landscapes and other subjects. McCracken is influenced by the Flemish Baroque school of still life where meticulous attention is paid to detail. Hear this fascinating conversation where he shares with me his journey with watercolor, how he developed his unique style and his working process which has led to many awards and recognition and membership to many watercolor societies.
Many thanks to Laurin for sharing so much from his process, his thoughts and his experiences!
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