Keep Your Day Job Regardless of preferred medium, many artists don’t make art full time. And finding a nice balance between having a job while also being an artist can be easier than one might think. Just ask artist and doctor, Jacob Aguiar. Aguiar commutes almost two hours a day to see...
Top artists offer tips for drawing beginners, including exercises for getting started, pencil techniques and the basic measurements for the human figure.
It's no secret that Brian Keeler's landscape paintings are filled with stunning light. The sunsets in his work are quiet, and take us to a time and place where drivers wave to each other on the backroads, and folks sit on their front porches with glasses of sun tea as they watch the clouds...
There’s no need for beginners to be intimidated by oil painting brushes. If you're wondering what are the best brushes for oil painting, this is for you.
Mary Whyte's watercolors tell stories of Americans whose work and traditions are fading into the past, but not before she documents their existence in artworks that could strongly stand on their own even without the meanings behind them.
Are cheap canvases worth the savings? Johannes Vloothuis addresses this and more as he compares linen and cotton canvases and how to prepare them for painting.
Advice on how to draw facial expressions including happiness, sadness and surprise.
Learn the difference between DSLR and point-and-shoot cameras, and the benefits of both for artists who combine photography and fine art.
Jean Haines extols the virtues of a loose and wild life...of watercolor. Join her as she discusses how play and movement are crucial components to watercolors that have personality and convey joy and vibrancy.
Discover how Jamie O'Neill stays true to his roots as he transitions from creating graffiti on city walls and trains to painting with acrylic on canvas.
Landing an internship or residency is an art student's dream. With summer coming to a close, we want to help you land the internship of your dreams!