Chris Cozen is back with guidance on acrylic painting for beginners! In today's guest blog post, be inspired with ideas for experimenting with color.
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.
Explore the ins and outs of painting realistic rust textures with insights and tips from talented acrylic artists, Randy Van Dyck and Steve Wilda.
Want to make an income off your art? Check out financial and budgeting advice and tips from two successful full-time artists.
Trying to sell your art frequently comes with a lot of rejection. Yet, persistence and lessons learned can lead you down the road to success. Here's why.
Neighborhood scenes have been the main focus of Nina Davidowitz’s artwork for nearly 15 years.
This article celebrates three artists with different styles who love acrylic painting. Discover the different paths you can take with this medium.
Acrylic artist Bernie Hubert finds his creative edge traveling the open road. Historic highways lead to inspiration for the artist in the form of old motels, vintage signs and abandoned vehicles. From a lifetime on the road, here are Huberts tips for why you need to travel to get the best...
“Just look at it and draw it, Aunt Jenny,” said my niece who is 6 years old. This was her simple and insightful advice, given as we were enjoying part of her holiday break from kindergarten at the local art museum. Her drawings of what we saw in the museum that...
In the winter 2016 issue of Acrylic Artist I interviewed graffiti writer Jamie O’Neill, who without apology started his art career on the streets, painting his letters on walls and railway cars. Today his art, which he is painting on canvas in a more traditional format, hangs in galleries and on family...