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Perhaps these scenes are fictional, but they’re very real to me, and I think that’s the reason so many of us are attracted to landscape art. It helps us remember places we’ve been, and allows us to fantasize about the places we’d like to go. Read more…
The tenth biennial International Association of Pastel Societies (IAPS) convention was held recently in Albuquerque, N.M. More than 600 artists who work in pastel converged at the Hotel Albuquerque in Old Town for what has come to be referred to as a “Pastel Family Reunion.”
I thrive on positive, unexpected surprises, and so when browsing the newest issue of Pastel Journal, I was delighted to read about Peter Thomas, an English watercolorist who discovered pastels in an unanticipated way. Read on in this excerpt by Niall O’Neill to learn about this fabulous discovery.
For pastel artists, the biennial convention of the International Association of Pastel Societies (IAPS), which met last week for their 10th gathering, is pretty much heaven on earth. Check out our photo gallery highlighting a few of the many inspiring moments …
Take a sneak peek of the Watercolor Artist August 2013 issue in this video preview! With this must-have art resource you’ll learn Gary Greene’s watercolor techniques for water-soluble colored pencils, fall in love with Andy Wood’s watercolor landscapes, create watercolor texture with Deena S. Ball and get watercolor painting ideas from modern masters.
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How would you like one of your paintings to hang in a pastel exhibition in New York City—in a space that’s just 2.5 miles from the Museum of Modern Art and 3.4 miles away from The Metropolitan Museum of Art? If your answer is a resounding YES, then now is the time to ready your entry for the The Pastel Society of America’s “Enduring Brilliance: The 41st Annual Open Juried Exhibition—Pastels Only.” The exhibition will take place from September 3 through 28 in the Grand Gallery of The National Arts Club in the historic Gramercy Park area of Manhattan.