The inside scoop on the criteria that informed the judges' decisions; including the judges' background, and finally, profit from their advice when entering next year's contest.
Discover the secret to Nava Grunfeld’s radiant watercolor still lifes.
In the July/August issue of The Artist’s Magazine, Nava Grunfeld shares her use of patterns and vibrant color in her arresting still lifes. The following is an excerpt from the article by Maureen Bloomfield, “Primary Colors.”
For more than 10 years, Paul Jackson has been a frequent contributor to The Artist's Magazine and Watercolor Artist.
Celebrate The Artist's Magazine's 25th anniversary as we take a look at what artists who appeared in the magazine's early days are doing now.
During 2009 we are celebrating the 25th anniversary of The Artist's Magazine by taking a look at what artists who appeared in our pages in earlier years are doing now.
We look back at an artist who appeared in the early days of the magazine.
The self-taught floral artist has a long and illustrious history with The Artist's Magazine.
Cole Carothers was the cover artist for the fourth issue of The Artist’s Magazine (July/August 1984).
Mary Beth McKenzie wrote an article on monotypes for the seventh issue of The Artist’s Magazine; 22 years later, she was the cover artist.