On painting with watercolor > Francesco Fontana is an Italian artist who creates studio and plein air works of contemporary life in watercolor and oil. Francesco moved to Paris at the age of 20 to “be an artist” and live the dream he always had.
Francesco is on the faculty of the 2nd Annual Watercolor Live virtual art conference. Join him and many more contemporary masters of watercolor when you register now at WatercolorLive.com!
In this previously published Plein Air Podcast with Eric Rhoads, listen to Francesco tell us about what it was like to continue living as an artist in Italy during the initial Covid outbreak; his approach to painting with watercolor and his advice for painting cities and finding the right colors to use; and more.
Painting with Watercolor: Additional Works by Francesco Fontana
“Watercolor the Italian Way,” The Alla Seconda Method with Francesco Fontana
The Alla Seconda Method is currently making waves in the art world, from galleries in Paris to expositions in New York and Los Angeles.
And we can see why — when it comes to telling a story that’s true and resonates with the viewer, this technique makes the process shockingly simple.
Preview “Watercolor the Italian Way” here: