The cardinal rule of color mixing in painting and drawing media is, “Don’t mix too much.”
In the October 2016 issue of The Artist’s Magazine, we talk with Colleen Houston, the Vice President of Programs and Operations at ArtWorks in Cincinnati, Ohio. Best known for the more than 100 street art murals, the non-profit organization does much more than simply beautify the Queen City outwardly. Read what Houston has to say about ArtWorks...
Claudia Nice reminds us that we have certain ideas about what things look like, when in reality, it takes a different perspective to truly see, and ultimately draw, accurately. Learn more, and see Claudia's lesson on how to draw hands (a special bonus!).
In this guest blog post about art business, artist Kristy Gordon shares her advice for working with galleries and more.
Mark Menendez, who teaches colored pencil techniques at ArtistsNetworkTV, is here to share some tips on how to draw a cat.
Sarah Parks explains how to use basic figure drawing techniques in this demonstration on how to draw a child for beginners.
Now is a great time for many to focus on seasonal opportunities, like learning how to draw trees when they’re full of their beautiful green foliage.
In this guest blog post about art business, artist Nicole Alger shares her experience on how she became a professional artist.
Creating a realistic portrait drawing of a child takes extra care, as Carrie Stuart Parks is here to remind us.
Today it’s my pleasure to bring you inspiring words of advice from Maureen Killaby, who has mastered the art of drawing and finds pleasure in sharing her knowledge with those on the same path.
Sheldon Tapley tackles art business questions, such as the originality of art and the variety of art school options.