In art, watermedia is the general term for media that are distinguished from oil or other media by being diluted with water when used. Watermedia include watercolors, gouache and acrylic, amongst others. It is sometimes combined with other media, commonly collage.
There are a number of Watermedia societies.
- In addition to the usual method of dipping the brush into a receptacle or mixing water into the gouache on a palette there is apparently the very unusual method of allowing rainfall to dilute the gouache. John Lincoln. "Artbreak.com forums post on "Gouache modified with rainwater"". Retrieved 2008-08-01.[dead link]
- "Denise's Watermedia Collage". Archived from the original on 2009-07-25. Retrieved 2008-08-01.
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