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Updated August 21, 2017 | By Bob Fugett ©2017

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Botanical Rain
the semiotics of an enduring Endico image

– Bob Fugett ©2017

History and explanation of an iconic Endico original watercolor.



Botanical Rain

 (9" x 10" original watercolor)
 
– Mary Endico ©1979
 


Those who believe art is not a science, do not know art.
Those who believe science is not an art, do not know science.


Cover : Print Version 
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Print version ISBN: 978-0-9827073-1-9

Print version available from the Endico watercolor studio
plus Amazon, etc.

Those who believe art is not a science, do not know art.

Those who believe science is not an art, do not know science.

Creative and artistic excellence is something that absolutely can be studied, learned, and implemented with great and consistent success.

This book is about a single watercolor by Mary Endico, painted as a plein air from memory when she was only 23 years old.

For nearly half a century afterwards the watercolor "Botanical Rain" has been a perennial favorite on display in the Endico watercolor studio.

During that time Mary has sold more than 21,000 of her own original watercolors, painted by her own hand and self-sold directly to collectors visiting her studio in Sugar Loaf, NY.

Today Endico paintings are found in permanent collections of museums and "Botanical Rain" is a favored magazine cover image.

This book reveals the foundations of Mary's long standing process that has resulted in her lifetime of success as a professional watercolor artist.

 


 

 

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