First off, take some time to explore and other watercolor and paintings websites to understand the tools, history, theory and variety of styles and techniques of other artist's websites. Once you have the basic idea of what's involved in being a watercolorist, you're ready to give it a go. You do not have to know how to draw really well to start to make art. That comes with much practice. But all of the beautiful techniques used in creating a watercolor paintingcan be learned, more or less like any trade that involves a certain set of skills.
Each piece of art you make will gradually lead you to your own unique expression and style. It can be marketable, if not satisfying, if your painting skills can allow you to evoke an emotional response from your viewers and patrons. I'll shoot for a good response. The tutorials and lessons found on the site will get you started and sometimes inspire you, as a watercolor painter. We can supply lessons on the craft and skills, but purpose is what is driving you to want to try to create art. What that vision is, is unique for everyone. The footsteps of the path that lies before you are yours to follow until you can find your own path.
Watercolor Painting-It's the subject of the painting, and the point of the painting. There is nothing anything to worry about "Getting" or "understanding", it's about the sheer beauty and impact of color on your sense and emotions. Abstract watercolor art does not employ subject matter that is obvious as either the anecdote or familiar objects, yet it must appeal to our experience in some way. Instead of appealing to our sense of the familiar, it simply functions in another category. The beauty of an Abstract watercolor painting is similar in its shimmering shapes of color, the filling of your senses with color as you stand in front of it.