Autumn art colors are all about intense and vibrant color, but you don't want them to be too intense. Here's the advice you need for the perfect balance.
The problem solving stage is when artist Drew Price feels he can communicate the most with his work. Read more about our Artist of the Month here!
The life of a city and its people is often the life of its bridges. New York bridges have fascinated artist Antonio Masi for years. Take a look.
What is the secret to that intangible “wow factor”? Here are 10 things you can do to make sure your painting is one of the stand-outs.
The annual Watermedia Showcase competition is the place to see and be seen. How do your watercolor paintings stack up against this year's winners?
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.
Congratulations to our March 2017 Artist of the Month, Nicholas Stirling! Stirling was a finalist in The Artist’s Magazine‘s Annual Art Competition! His piece Stoic can be seen below. Read more about the artist below and why this piece resonates with him in these changing times. Ontario, Canada ~ nstirling.com/oil-paintings-gallery March 2017 Artist of...
Portraits of Holocaust survivors might well be considered the work of decades because truly surviving such a traumatic upheaval goes far beyond living through the experience. Surviving, in its fullest sense, entails thriving—going on to rebuild a life and, eventually, look back upon the days before, during and after the Holocaust...
See a painting demo by mixed-media artist Sandrine Pelissier, showing how she created her newspaper collage, acrylic & ink piece, Recycling Life.