Unique Watercolor Art from Paintings to Wallpaper

Katie Bright with her watercolor mural in Hermosa Beach.

When you think of Watercolor you may imagine pastel, light, delicate, or translucent paintings. While these often describe watercolor art, it’s a much more diverse and difficult medium than people think. Unlike oil paints, watercolor is quick to dry and the materials are less expensive. Since watercolor is accessible many people try their hand at watercolor but, few master it. With the right skill watercolor can be used to create hyper-realism and bright bold pieces. For clever designers, they can turn their paintings into wallpaper and even ceramics! Below we’ve selected some of our favorite pieces of watercolor art— no matter the canvas —from our Creator Community.

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Indigo Humpback by Kelly Clause
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Color is the Glue that Binds by Steve Hartman Art
Pink Sands Moon by Stella Maria Baer
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Porcelain Watercolor Plates by SIND Studio
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Watercolor Peachy Pink Wallpaper by Michelle Dirkse
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Calming Blue Watercolor Circles by Melanie Biehle
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Botanic Series by Charlie Green
Watercolor Minis by Lauren Fuhr Design Co.
Another sea /3 by Cristina Dalla Valentina.
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Blue Lou by Ravi Raman
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Tropical Frida by KRUS
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Bandits by Pip Ryan
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Utility Box Wrap by Kerri Warner
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The Unknown Muse by Klangwelt

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