Jimmy Wright's sunflower paintings can be found in an number of notable collections, including the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City. In this interview with The Artist's Magazine, he explains how, for 20 years, he continued to breathe new life into this iconic image.
Realist artist David A Leffel reflects on his upbringing, the simple language of painting, and the art world of today in an interview with The Artist's Magazine.
If you're an oil painter who doesn't like to watch paint dry, then painting the alkyd oils is for you. Michael Chesley Johnson teaches the basics of this medium.
Sadie J. Valeri energizes the traditional still life by including a nontraditional element in her compositions: wax paper.
Sitting with Everett Raymond Kinstler in his National Arts Club studio, Louise B. Hafesh felt an overwhelming sense of the significance of the place and Kinstler's contribution to the art world. Read her account of Kinstler's description of his illustrious 70-year career in illustration and fine art portraiture.
Q: Painting with oils on paper is economical, but how do you display the results? A: Mount your finished painting on a panel for framing—Michael Chesley Johnson demonstrates how.
Oil painter Peter Fiore demonstrates how to use oil paints on Arches oil paper.
With subtle color and keen draftsmanship, Julio Reyes depicts sublime moments in a post modern frontier. This feature article first appeared in the May 2011 issue of The Artist's Magazine.
Learn Soon Y. Warren's watercolor painting tips for capturing the fine details of flowers and reflective highlights of crystal in this step-by-step painting demonstration.
What can an attendee expect to learn about Albert Munsell's color theory at Graydon Parrish's workshop at the the Greand Central Academy of Art? Artist and attendee Louise B. Hafesh describes her experience.
Portrait artist David Jon Kassan shares his oil painting tips and techniques in this feature article, originally published in "The Artist's Magazine."