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Jayson Yeoh developed his childhood passion for drawing by studying nature and the work of other artists, and now enjoys top billing on the international watercolor stage.

I connected with him just as he returned home from the recent International Watercolour Masters Exhibition in England. We discussed his approach to sketching and painting on location, some of his favorite subjects from around the globe, and his view on painting “for the market.”

Kelly Kane: What first made you interested in art and painting?

I can only guess the interest was inborn. I’m not from an artistic family, but I remember very clearly that in my childhood, I

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