Watercolor paintings consist of color pigment (this gives color) in a water-soluble binder. The water-soluble binder is a transparent substance that can be glues, gum, glycerine, etc. A small amount of brighteners that are usually transparent crystals is added to the watercolor pigment to increase the color of the pigment. Materials to which watercolor is applied can be bark papers, wood, watercolor canvas, fabric, plastic, etc. Watercolor papers are usually made entirely or partially cotton. Watercolor paint has transparent quality, this is suitable for emotive effects paintings. Watercolor arts are ancient dating from stone age cave painting.
Rios Art Gallery Adds different original watercolor artworks such as wood landscapes, landscapes with bridges, flower artwork, etc.