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Watercolor: David and Jae Drummond: Controlling Watercolor Washes

Watercolor: David and Jae Drummond: Controlling Watercolor Washes

In the March 2008 issue of American Artist, father and daughter watercolorists David and Jae Drummond found an interesting way to apply wet-in-wet watercolor washes that allowed them to achieve uniquely individual—yet equally beautiful—results. Here, we offer more example of their unconventional approach in this online exclusive gallery.

The Blue Robe
by David Drummond,
2004, watercolor,
22 x 14. Collection
the artist.
North of Hidden
Passage

by David Drummond,
2002, watercolor, 16 x 12.
All artwork this gallery
private collection unless
otherwise indicated.
Ornament Study No. 3
by David Drummond,
2005, watercolor, 11 x 21.

Slick Rock Dawn
by David Drummond,
2004, watercolor,
20 x 29.
Cathedral Canyon
Wake

by David Drummond,
2002, watercolor,
16 x 20.
Hidden Passage
Morning

by David Drummond,
2004, watercolor,
21 x 29.

Moki Morning
by David Drummond,
1996, watercolor,
22 x 30.
The Sentinels
by David Drummond,
2003, watercolor,
22 x 30.

Borrowed Kimono
by J.K. Drummond,
2005, watercolor,
12½ x 28.
Divine Proportions
by J.K. Drummond,
2004, watercolor,
18 x 27.
Dappled
by J.K. Drummond,
2004, watercolor,
21 x 35.

Shiloh
by J.K. Drummond,
2006, watercolor,
14 x 11.
Sunday Morning
by J.K. Drummond,
2001, watercolor,
14 x 11.
Joyful Noise
by J.K. Drummond,
2001, watercolor,
22 x 30.

View an audio slideshow of Jaes Drummonds wet-in-wet watercolor technique in Outside the Café.

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