To paint my motive “Flower Window” on the subject of the Hahnemühle Calendar competition ‘Nature in the City’, I have chosen the water colour technique to paint on the mould-made watercolor paper William Turner with paints from Schmincke and brushes of da Vinci.
Have you sharpened your pencils, set the colour palette, did you opt for a painting or drawing technique and have you already chosen your favoured Hahnemühle or Lana paper? Not yet? Then it’s time for the annual calendar contest Hahnemühle. The call for entries has just begun. This year it becomes bestial: Whether wild or…more
Alexa Dilla, freelance artist and painter on board of a large cruise ship, has painted one of the winning motifs of the Hahnemühle Art Calendar 2016. Her artwork was selected for the month of February. In our studio report, Alexa tells us what inspired her painting “Amsterdam in the Rain”. All 12 winning pictures of…more
“Nature in the City” is the theme for our art calendar 2016. Share with us your views of the invigorating greenery in urban landscapes! Paint, draw, sketch, illustrate, collage or print in a traditional technique on a paper by Hahnemühle or Lana and submit your works by the end of June online. A city park…more
An urban park with skyline, lined up flower pots on the balcony or a vegetable garden on the high-rise rooftop – show us your green oasis in an urban environment or your dream of it. Hahnemühle’s new painting competition is now open. “Nature in the City” is the trendy theme for our art calendar 2016.…more