See how watercolor artist Shirley Trevena creates paintings on her own terms, and be inspired.
Love to draw with colored pencils? Lee Hammond shares three unexpected surfaces on which to create colored pencil art.
The wave of doodle art--drawing and coloring it--is growing. Here's why.
I have to admit that I was too distracted by the masterfully rendered life drawings of Rob Liberace to at first pay attention to the medium that he uses to create figures with a reddish tint.
The summer 2015 issue of Drawing is all about media, especially how you can combine materials in order to produce completely unique work. We meet artists who combine charcoal with pastel, ink with wax, colored pencil with collage and more. We also learn the basics of working with tools such as ink and silverpoint....
Richard McKinley explains pastel techniques for painting skies in this "Pastel Pointers" blog post.
The Pastel Society of Eastern Canada (PSEC)/Societe de Pastel de L'est du Canada will be marking its 20th anniversary this fall with special plans for their biennial international juried show to be held in Montreal October 30 through November 8. The show will feature 100 works of pastel, including a painting from each of...
Watch a video previewing the October 2015 issue of Watercolor Artist. Creative inspiration guaranteed!
In this excerpt from "Painted Blossoms," Iris Scott explains a fun and experimental way to master the art of mixing color for successful paintings.
Artist Lee Hammond answers 10 interview questions about drawing and painting flowers, and more.
We’re excited to unveil the summer 2015 issue of Drawing magazine, which is an exploration of the many materials that can be used for drawing and the infinite variety of ways that they can be mixed and combined. Among the drawing materials you’ll learn about are ink, charcoal, wax, silverpoint and cut paper. Artists featured include...