The value in going back to a watercolor painting at a later time is that you can learn so much from your previous brushwork, color choices and half-finished composition.
Getting to know how to use your watercolor brushes is vital as an artist, but it’s a skill many don’t master correctly...
A free step-by-step oil painting demonstration by Robin Smith, featured in the newly released "New Realism" magazine.
The cardinal rule of color mixing in painting and drawing media is, “Don’t mix too much.”
My goal when I teach watercolor is to share the joy in the creative process rather than picking up a brush with the sole intention of always painting a masterpiece.
Claudia Nice reminds us that we have certain ideas about what things look like, when in reality, it takes a different perspective to truly see, and ultimately draw, accurately. Learn more, and see Claudia's lesson on how to draw hands (a special bonus!).
Wednesday, August 24, 2016: Join Linda Fisler as she welcomes Carolyn Anderson for the next Art Chat for a discussion that's all about color!
In this guest blog post about art business, artist Kristy Gordon shares her advice for working with galleries and more.
From Watercolor Artist: Win a selection of watercolor art supplies from our partners in this comment contest!
Liz Haywood Sullivan shares a detailed lesson on how to paint a landscape using pastel.