"Close-Up" gives you insider knowledge and an intimate view of a painting that is featured in The Artist's Magazine. "Texture and More Texture" by Jimmy Wright originally appeared in the November 2011 issue.
As an experimental artist who creates abstract art, it is easy to take off in some exciting new direction every time a new inspiration comes my way.
I’m usually pretty good at keeping secrets, but Sarah Parks has one that’s too good not to share. Actually, she has several, and they all involve one thing: drawing basics.
This winter landscape painting is a hopeful piece, which is why I still feel strongly about sharing it with you today. We all have our difficult times, we all have art, and we all can have hope.
It’s all fun and games to joke about being a procrastinator, but overthinking some things, such as how to paint a subject, can be a serious roadblock.
What draws you into your favorite pieces of art? Is it the use of color? The composition, perhaps? For Julie Gilbert Pollard, it’s the texture of the paint itself, specifically, for watercolor and oil painting.
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Wilson Bickford is a popular art instructor who is ready to shed some light on one of the oldest art mediums: oil.
Learn how to draw a dog for a beautiful painting of a Golden Retriever in this step-by-step painting demonstration.
Learn everything you need to know about the types of art paper, plus canvases and panels in this article from The Artist's Magazine.
Scumbling (a colored pencil technique) offers control and very smooth, even application where you don’t see any strokes. Learn more in this free article!