20th issue of the Art of Watercolour was released in december 2015. In the news section, meeting with the Japanese Watercolor Society chaired by Ryoyu Fukui.
Three artists are revealed: the Belgian Fernand Thiepondt, member of watercolors in North and the Russian Sergey Kurbatov, and at the end of the magazine, French Olivier Oudard, without forgetting the "favorite painting" of Alex Powers, followed by 8 artists with the heading "My last painting".

Rendez-vous at the inspiration site for the French Théo Sauer, then we learn how to evolve as an artist to "become a successful artist" by the group of artists composed of Janine Gallizia who also delivers us in pages 84 to 87 "the keys to success" and Mark Mehaffey, Chen Chung Xei et David Poxon.

The portfolio of the Thai Direk Kingnok, the free touch of the Romanian Corneliu Dragan and the artist's life of the Turkish Orhan Gürel .
Meeting in the studio of the American Katherine Chang Liu who practices abstraction in mixed media and with the monochromes of the Russian Dasha Rybina who discloses to us the secrets of monochrome.
A file about John Singer Sargent and his followers: Iain Stewart, Ted Nuthall, Lucy Willis and Keith Hornblower.
Finally, the technical section with the textures of hongkongai Stephen Yau, then the readers' contest which rewardsClaude Carretta.

In the news, the incredible challenge made by Italians Fabriano and a presentation of IWS Vietnam.Vietnam. But also 8 watercolors on the topic my last painting and the favorite painting of Viktoria Prischedko. Two artists revealed: the Israeli Yael Maimon and the naturalist Frenchman Gilles Bosquet, and discovery of the Belgian Daniel Hardyns.

The method to paint without drawing from Thai La Fe, New York by Tim Satrermow and the shape of the water by the Russian Igor Sava. Black and white for beauty seen without artifice by the American Alexandra Becker-Black and the landscapes of the British watercolourist Geoff Butterworth in Rome.

A portfolio dedicated to Chinese portrait painter Liu Yi. Then let us paint on the ground with watercolorists from around the world. Let's finish by A little bit of technique with the Taiwanese Wei Xin Lin and the Malaysian Jayson Yeoh

In this issue 18 of the Art of Watercolour, released in March 2015, we have new rubriques: My last painting, Readers' contest, My favourite painting, Seen on Facebook.

2 Polish are distinguished in this release: Stanislaw Zoladz and Andrzej Gosik.

Watercolor is set to music by Carlos Leon and George Salazar Artaud, best French artist in the international competition, shares his sense of detail. Guan Weixing who won the 2nd award has his protraits in a portfolio.

The file is devoted to Spain with four Spanish artists. Let us finish with the landscapes of the British Chris Robinson.

Asian watercolor is once again in the spotlight with the Shenzhen International Biennale and meetings with Taiwanese Huang Hsiao-Hui, Chen-Wen Cheng, Adisorn Pornsirikarn, Chien Chung Wei et Tan Suz Chiang. Taiwanese to whom must be added the Thai roses of Adisorn Pornsirikarn or the Parisian scenes of Bancha Sriwong-Rach, the Indian Amit Kapoor and the Singaporean Ky Tam.

The record reveals the new generation of watercolor in Russia with Dasha Rybinal, Konstantin Sterkhov, Alexander Votsmush and Anna Ivanova.

An encounter with the colors of Barbara Nechis and the nudes of Franck Perrot.

The issue 16 of the Art of Watercolour was released in September 2014.

The winners among the 23 finalists of the global contest of watercolor are finally revealed to us.

We meet the Malaysian Lok Kerk Hwang who paints ordinary objects. 3 portraitists in this review: Sylvie Griselle and the Americans David Lobenberg and Linda Doll. We parse Nicholas Phillips' universe and discover part of his techniques.
After a visit to the studio of 'rust and iron'pf Peter Jablokow, let's take a walk at fall with the British landscaper Joe Dowden, or through the Alpes Maritimes historical tracks with the couple Bernard Alunni & Christine Lemayeur.

The issue 15 of the Art Of Watercolour was released in June 2014.

This issue introduces us to today's masters, with Russian Elena Bazanova, Canadian Carol Evans, American Richard Stephens, Chinese landscaper Huang Tie Shan, Indian Chinmaya Panda, Mexican-Peruvian portraitist José Apaza and Ukrainian Slawa Prishedko. But also the artists of tomorrow, giving us a list of 295 artists who passed the second stage of international competition in 2014, and eight young artists under thirty years.

The 14th issue of Art of Watercolour was released in March 2014.

The magazine is making a focus on hyper-realism, with the American Sandra Walker, window reflection of David Stickel, portfolio of Stephen Scott Young, and finally technical articles written by Rose Edin, Susan Harrison-Tustain and Dmitry Rozdin.