This article was excerpted from the 2017 Artist’s and Graphic Designer’s Market. Original article written by Luke McLaughlin. Less Is More The first and most important rule of a great portfolio is to use as few images as possible to show the best work you can do. A common mistake beginners...
Jan Fabian Wallake, guides you through a beautiful watercolor painting. Jan's easy-to-follow, step-by-step format, will give you the tools you need to create your own wonderful watercolors.
Andy Warhol to Thomas Hart Benton When it comes to hype, nothing works better than bringing out the big names. Acrylics have some very big names behind them. Why? Well, for one, acrylics have a very interesting “secret life” that make them appealing to painters. But acrylics were also a modern...
Jaye Schlesinger finds an evocative subject in packaging. She shares a free oil painting lesson on how she created this still life of a Tiffany bag.
When Leslie closes her eyes, she sees a world infused with broad strokes of vibrant color. Deeply emotive, abstract paintings created with ink and watercolor, Leslie's work is experimental and elemental in approach.
I recently experienced an art scam which the art community should read about in hope that it acts as a warning.
A spotlight on Tricia George's mixed-media painting, "Home," a finalist in The Artist's Magazine's Annual Art Competition.
MandalaFest 2016 is here! The mixed media event of the season comes with mandala parties, prizes, free giveaways and even mandala edibles?! Enjoy!
Shiny metal surfaces can’t help but catch a viewer’s eye. Paul Jackson's watercolor painting demonstration shows how to depict these shiny objects.
If you intend to sell your art or teach a course in watercolor painting, you need to know what "fugitive color" means.