Johannes Vloothuis takes you behind the scenes of his latest art workshop filming at F+W.
There are many books and essays written on general painting and drawing techniques but sometimes the little practical things can make the artist’s task easier. Here are some day-to-day "nuts and bolts" painting tips for beginners.
Sandra Angelo shares how she was moved by war stories involving dogs, and has written two books on drawing animals caught in the middle.
Lori McNee offers art business advice to help you sell your art. Learn tips for working in a series here.
Hanging and displaying art and photographs baffles many, but there is a simple art gallery industry formula that you can learn to help you professionally hang your artwork.
You can have more than one focal point if you wish, but the second one must be subordinate. You can even have three. Read more...
Being a creative entrepreneur can have bipolar effects--it takes a balancing effort worthy of the Wallendas to stay humble and yet simultaneously broadcast to the world that you’re talented and your art is worth buying.
What is a focal point in art? Learn what it is and how to make a strong focal point with this painting advice from Johannes Vloothuis.
Seascapes are probably the easiest painting subject because the information is quite repetitive. Once you learn the anatomy of the waves, you can create many variances of them in different settings. In most cases the eye of the wave becomes the focal point. It is also important to establish an interesting visual “roller coaster”...
Improve your landscape art with these tips from Johannes Vloothuis. Today he discusses shape so that you can master drawing trees.
When a landscape painting has a specific mood, it's likely to be more successful. View a wide range of landscape art by Johannes Vloothuis here.