Picture yourself among the chicken bones, concrete and glitter! Scholars, artists, preservationists, educators, curators, art historians, collectors and devotees will delve into the complex and fascinating subject of artist-built environments during The Road Less Traveled, a three-day conference, Sept. 27-29, 2017, at the John Michael Kohler Arts Center. Click here for attendee information so you can...
MS Paint may have been just an after school delight for those of us who grew up in the 90s, but one artist managed to make it her medium of choice.
Learn techniques for color mixing whites in watercolor and pastel, whether painting snow or white flowers, then apply the methods to your own paintings.
Many artists fall into two camps: light and dark. Which are you?
Want to make an income off your art? Check out financial and budgeting advice and tips from two successful full-time artists.
Learn more about drawing with markers and ink with this handy guide filled with essential tips and tricks from choosing the right materials to easy drawing techniques.
Music Time! Name the Tune That Puts You in the Creative Mood One of the questions I love to ask artists is what type of music puts them in the creative mood, or if they have a particular song that is their art anthem. From there the conversation usually diverts to talking about audio books,...
Color mixing techniques to get the perfect shades of green when painting with acrylic.
Follow The Urban Sketchers' Marc Taro Holmes as he employs his "tea, milk and honey" approach for applying watercolor to a sketch.
Oil painter Gregg Kreutz has more than a few tricks up his sleeve when it comes to boosting his creative process.
Learn about the three types of watercolor paper (hot pressed, cold pressed and rough) and when to use each for the results you want in your paintings.