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With the re-vamping of my website, Jim's Watercolor Gallery, PC users with soon be able to purchase and download pdf versions of my "Watercolor you" magazine.

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May.15.14.

Premier of "Watercolor for you" online magazine available for purchase through iTunes and Google Play.

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Jan.14.15.

Publish "Watercolor for you" online magazine to Magzter.

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Jims' Wonderful World of Watercolor

Learn watercolor painting the easy way with Jim Black's "Watercolor Challenge Program" - an 18 month course filled with watercolor tips and techniques to improve your watercolor paintings and help you create professional looking paintings for your home, to give as gifts, or to sell. read more

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Jim Black was born in London, England where he studied commercial art and engineering at the Northern Polytechnic School in London. Working as a design engineer, Jim traveled widely and diversified his work. He and his family moved to the United States where he sought out Masters of Watercolor Medium, notability, Michael Atkinson, Darrly Trott, Tom Lynch and Nita Engle, studying with them in workshops.

Jim has helped many of his students turn their watercolor skills into professions and many (such as world reknown watercolorist Beatrice Uribe from Mexico) now have their work exhibited in Art Galleries across the world. Jim also created a video-based program for watercolor students of all skill levels called "Jim's Watercolor Challenge" which he offers from his website and he is currently producing an online magazine about watercolor painting called "Watercolor for you" offered through Apple's App Store for iPad users. Both of which contain valuable lessons and techniques that Jim uses in his own watercolor paintings.

Do your watercolor paintings look a bit "amateurish"?

Would you like to learn how to make your watercolor paintings look more "Professional"?