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A frequent juror of watercolor shows, figurative artist Ted Nuttall shares a behind-the-scenes insight that might help you make your next painting an across-the-board winner. Plus, enjoy a gallery of his lively watercolor portraits!
To mark the 50th anniversary of the assassination of President John F. Kennedy, I am happy to share a pastel by renowned portrait artist, Daniel Greene. California gallery, Mountainsong Galleries, in Carmel-by-the-Sea, has just made his historic portrait—painted in 1963—available for acquisition.
Ned Mueller gets people, whether it’s a turbaned man from Rajasthan, India, or a local model at a weekly figure and portrait drawing session. For Mueller, it’s not about a pretty face, but character. Enjoy this gallery of his portraits.
Portrait Painting Techniques You can Trust Alain Picard’s steps to pastel portrait painting in Essential Techniques for Pastel Portraits make it easy for you to paint a gorgeous portrait full of life. Painting faces is one of art history’s greatest …
As a portrait artist, Alain J. Picard is forever inspired by the beauty and diversity of humanity and how it is expressed in the human face. View a gallery of some of his portraiture and notice how he depicts the nuances of various skin tones.
Rita Kirkman is interested in the effects of uncontrolled light on human faces, as well as the vibrant milieu of the Renaissance fair. Follow along as she paints a pastel portrait in her “Renaissance” series.
CAPTURE THE BEAUTY Nothing can seem more difficult, or be more rewarding, than capturing the likeness and essence of a person on canvas. But you can learn how to master the art of portraiture with Capturing the Beauty of Monochrome …
Casey Baugh uses a series of smaller studies to fine-tune the composition, light, and color harmonies for his spectacular portraits in oil. He discusses his oil painting tips and techniques in this article excerpted from “Practice Makes Perfect” by Louise B. Hafesh in The Artist’s Magazine’s April 2010 issue.
In Drawing Lifelike Portraits with Lee Hammond, you’ll learn fantastic drawing techniques for creating a portrait step-by-step using blended pencil techniques. Watch the preview now to see Lee Hammond demonstrate how to blend using a 2B pencil and a tortillion. …