Sheldon Tapley tackles art business questions, such as the originality of art and the variety of art school options.
If you already keep a sketchbook, you’ll enjoy this look into other artists’ processes. If you don’t have a sketching habit, we hope this issue inspires you to develop one.
When you have an idea for a new work of art, it can be tempting to want to let every aspect of it shine forth, providing a buffet of textures for the eyes to behold. But sometimes it’s best to choose a smaller set of details for the limelight.
Marc Taro Holmes, who has made a career out of urban sketching, has found a solution to capturing panoramic views and he’s here to share it with you.
Jean Pederson reports on the 2016 Fabriano in Aquarello, a celebration of watercolour art.
Get inspired with artists who are known for painting cityscapes, and discover tried-and-true tips from John A. Parks!
Many artists draw their painting inspiration from the landscape. Why? There's the practical aspect: Unlike other subjects—a figure model or a wildlife subject, for example—the landscape is there and ready to accommodate your schedule. You can step outside your door at any time, if you like, and start looking for compositions. That said, the...
If you’re new to portraits, there are a couple of things to keep in mind when sketching faces.
Images are the native language of the imagination. This is why most people don’t dream in text. Making images is not only an art, but a visual form of communication that is as rich and as complex as written language.
We all make mistakes once in a while, but isn’t it nice when we can avoid them in advance? When it comes to watercolor painting, you can save time and money by learning from a pro such as Soon Warren.
Making a good painting is hard work, and requires a lot of energy. Managing your energy is important because the more you have, the better the work will be.