Watercolor Artist

No More Mid-tone Crisis!

as a watercolor instructor for many years, I’ve observed that some students fall too easily into what I call the dreaded “mid-tone crisis”: Once they’ve painted, a Japanese concept focused on the balance between light and dark—and because I’m a shape and value painter. I like drama and contrast and interesting shapes defined by values.

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Meet the Artist
Delaware-based artist, Sarah Yeoman (sarahyeoman.com), paints in and also teaches watercolor, a medium that she intuitively understood since her first introduction to it 35 years ago. Having begun her career as a singer/songwriter, she brings a lyric