As a workshop teacher, I critique my students' paintings every day. Thanks to this, I've learned how to critique my own. Here's what I look for.
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Knowing what the judges of The Artist's Magazine's 25th Annual Competition looked for can help you make wise choices
when you enter any juried show.
Deborah Secor shares three quick studies she painted while attending one of Duane Wakeham's legendary workshops. For the entire feature, see the October 2008 issue of The Pastel Journal.
All the links from the July 2008 issue of The Artist's Magazine at your fingertips!
Three factors contribute to the dramatic effect of a charcoal portrait by Diane Chilson.
Teasels and Berries (watercolor) is a lovely botanical painting that should inspire artists to explore this unusual and interesting genre.
You can learn a lot about handling color from a paper mosaic.
Click here to see the websites of all artists and products mentioned in the April 2008 issue of The Artist's Magazine.
Enjoying the Sunlight (pastel) by Ida M. Glazier grabs the viewer’s eye for several reasons: good use of light and dark color contrast, a solid composition and excellent use of texture.