Margrit Perrin, German-born Scottish artist, has painted one of the winning motifs of Hahnemühle’s Art Calendar 2016. More specifically: she made a collage. How she created her artwork which is the November motif she tells in our studio report. The main medium for my painting was watercolour on Hahnemühle Anniversary Edition pad except for the…more
I was born in Ludwigshafen but I live and work for six years now in Siegburg near Bonn (Germany). After participating in an evening class in September 2013 painting soon became a new hobby for me. During the twelve week course I have so far only had the time to enjoy painting a few times…more
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
Whether it’s the contemporary urban garden, or the typical local park area, living walls or enchanting backyard: nature makes every city come alive, resulting in calming harmony or exciting contrasts. Over 400 artists from 35 countries filed more than 900 images to the competition. Many thanks to all participants! From all submissions, a jury will…more