Trend to Collect: Watercolors

Watercolor is one of the most freeform artistic techniques, inspiring talents like Marcel Dzama, CRASH, and Kiki Smith to experiment with the flowing medium.

Below, discover 18 unique watercolors across styles, from precise abstractions to quirky cartoons. You can buy any of these pieces by clicking on the image and contacting the gallery directly.  


Scott Winterrowd

Winterrowd’s small-scale watercolors are inspired by his travels, from Taos Mountain in New Mexico to Palo Duro Canyon in Texas.

$350–400


Marcel Dzama

The Canadian artist is celebrated for his whimsical illustrations of dancers, musicians, forest creatures, and more.

$5,000


Emil Bisttram

Dedicated to the spiritual elements of abstract art, Bisttram was a member of the Transcendental Painting Group of New Mexico and frequently exhibited in watercolor clubs in the 1920s.

$15,000–30,000


Serena Mitnik-Miller

With interweaving pastel forms, Mitnik-Miller paints meditative compositions that are inspired by the California waves.

$2,500–10,000


Bradley Harms

Harms paints with watercolor because he prefers the handmade over the machine, yet his flowing lines often display a technological precision.

$1,000


CRASH

A graffiti artist from the age of 13, CRASH often uses watercolors for preliminary sketches for his comic book style murals and paintings.

$1,000–2,500


Kiki Smith

The celebrated feminist artist makes each of these limited editions unique with touches of blue and yellow watercolor.

$2,500


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