Sheldon Tapley tackles art business questions, such as the originality of art and the variety of art school options.
When you have an idea for a new work of art, it can be tempting to want to let every aspect of it shine forth, providing a buffet of textures for the eyes to behold. But sometimes it’s best to choose a smaller set of details for the limelight.
Get inspired with artists who are known for painting cityscapes, and discover tried-and-true tips from John A. Parks!
Free webinar! Join Linda Fisler as she welcomes Juliette Aristides for the next Art Chat.
If you’re new to portraits, there are a couple of things to keep in mind when sketching faces.
We all make mistakes once in a while, but isn’t it nice when we can avoid them in advance? When it comes to watercolor painting, you can save time and money by learning from a pro such as Soon Warren.
Read about Christine Ivers, who uses pastels for stunning day and nighttime paintings.
Color is the key element for creating harmony, mood and expression in a painting. Learn how to avoid having disconnected colors in this article by Stephen Quiller.
When you open your eyes to it, you may notice that there’s a ripple effect to so many things that happen in our lives. Sometimes the smallest daily minutiae can spark us to take an action. I know that you likely see dozens of articles in a day, for example, each of which is filled with...
While creating abstract art is a highly intuitive process that takes practice to master, there is a “method to the madness” for many artists. For Sally Cooper, the process is dynamic and physical as well as emotional and intellectual. Sally’s work is included in Abstract Overview, a new eMagazine that you can download here....
Don’t be intimidated by oil painting! In today’s lesson, learn how to take a blank canvas and turn it into the painting you’ve only been thinking about creating. Because there are several ways to begin an oil painting, use this guidance from Julie Gilbert Pollard, author of Discover Oil Painting and the featured instructor...