Drawing magazine and Artist’s Network are pleased to present several tips offered by artists appearing in our new eMagazine Drawing for Beginners. If you like what you see, you can download the complete eMag, chock full of instruction for drawing beginners, here. 1: Stand Back and Glance Back and Forth “Throughout your drawing, take a break...
Drawing and sculpture are more closely connected than they may at first appear, and the complex ties between them are the subject of our Drawing exhibition of the month for January. “The Sculptural Line” opens January 17 at The Getty, in Los Angeles, and will be on view until April 16. At times, drawings can be...
The latest issue of Drawing magazine covers subjects including working on toned paper, shadow values, and drawing with Conté. Here we present four handy pieces of advice shared by this issue’s featured artists and instructors. To learn more you can purchase the fall issue or download a digital copy. (You can also see a...
Drawing magazine reviews the book "Watteau's Soldiers: Scenes of Military Life in Eighteenth-Century France."
Presenting a selection of wax-pencil drawings by Christina Empedocles, our "New and Notable" artist for fall 2016.
A luminous selection of pastel drawings and paintings in Cleveland, Ohio is Drawing's exhibition of the month for December.
Announcing the 14 winning artists in Drawing's fifth annual Shades of Gray competition.
Exploring the history of mechanical pencils, their strengths and weaknesses, and why artists should give them a chance.
The work of Giambattista and Domenico Tiepolo are on display at the Eskenazi Museum of Art in Drawing magazine's exhibition of the month.
California artist Fred Dalkey discusses his process for creating luminous Conte drawings, as well as works in silverpoint.
Tips from top colored pencil artists on the best tools, creating luminous drawings and utilizing unusual techniques to create vivid and compelling effects.