MS Paint may have been just an after school delight for those of us who grew up in the 90s, but one artist managed to make it her medium of choice.
Sketch me! That's what everyone waiting at the airport is asking you. As an artist, you have to accept, right? Here's how to stay creative at the airport.
Sometimes I have a really hard time focusing on my job. Like this morning…I set out to write about Nancy Reyner’s Acrylic Revolution, which is on sale. First I wanted to get my hands on a copy, so I asked around the office to see where I could find one. Moments later, a colleague...
Cookbook art is the perfect combination of our two favorite things: good food, and good art! Here we dig into 3 artists and their DELICIOUS illustrations!
To celebrate the LGBTQ community, we take a look back at how some artists helped construct a narrative of equality throughout history.
Patricia Schappler's graphite and collage work in bustling with unique style, and are painted faces of those in her life she loves.
Editor of The Artist’s Magazine, Maureen Bloomfield, shares her speech she gave at the 150th Anniversary celebration of the American Watercolor Society.
The Annual Art Competition is your chance to show off your skills, and our chance to finally see your work! Here are all the ways you win by entering!
Wildlife artist Beatrice Bork felt a great aversion to the color pink during a difficult time in her life. This piece is how she took command of it again.
Elaine Kurie believes the years she devoted to still life also helped shape her understanding of the figure. Read more from April's Artist of the Month.
Choosing a subject can be tough, as not every muse will be right for every project. Read these 3 artists tips on mastering your subject matter.