Fall trees and their changing leaves are some of the most inspiring images for landscape artists. Here are 7 autumnal trees to keep you warm!
Should pastels be blended, left unblended or be some combination of both? One renowned pastelist weighs in with his expertise and tips.
Artist Tom Christopher shares a step-by-step demonstration on adding texture to pastel in the underpainting stage -- and why this is a great technique to learn.
A simple change in his approach opened up a world of expressive color for pastel artist David Napp.
Maintaining a good rapport with your art connections can be complex. Consider these 12 pointers from creativity coach Eric Maisel as “relationship rules.”
In this step-by-step pastel demonstration, learn to create colorful underwater scenes filled with realistic motion and dazzling light effects.
Finding a nice balance between having a day job while also being an artist can be easier than you may think. Here is how one artist/doctor balances both.
Enjoy a sneak peek of the August 2017 issue of Pastel Journal, which features entrancing seascapes and waterscapes by top pastel artists.
Many artists gravitate to one particular genre of painting as their primary source for subject matter.
Pastelist and teacher Bob Gerbracht died peacefully on April 28, at the age of 92, at his home in Pinole, Calif., in the company of his wife and daughters. A 2015 Pastel Society of America (PSA) Hall of Fame inductee, Gerbracht was best known for his portraits and figure paintings—and for...
Discover how an adventurous painting trip and amazing cultural experience leads to artistic risk, growth and connection, in this feature by Aaron Schuerr.