Watercolor artist Thomas Schaller, on his working method, greatest challenge and the most interesting thing about the way he works.
You can wish and hope and wish some more, but there’s only one way to achieve a level of greatness in painting art: to practice and study those who’ve paved the way before you.
Renown artist James Gurney shares his path to being a professional artist, as well as his BLAST rule for painting.
Jon Shaw's current work, created with STAEDTLER pens and art markers, examines the decaying urban landscape of the city’s less-celebrated environments.
Gregory Halili paints watercolor cityscapes, portraits and butterflies with plenty of detail, but on a miniature scale—sometimes as tiny as 1-1/2x2 inches.
When I came across these watercolor paintings in Splash 16: Exploring Texture, I knew I had to share them.
In Chang Liu’s mixed-media work, her titles come first—a word or phrase that provokes a visual image. She wants the final painting to express the thought she began with, to condense the narrative into “one breath.”
Beth Krommes, winner of the 2009 Randolph Caldecott Medal achieves her signature look by applying wood engraving techniques to her scratchboard illustrations. She then colors images of those pictures with watercolors.
Q&A with Lorenzo Chavez, as seen in Art Journey America Landscapes, a beautiful collection of landscape paintings and practical techniques.
Sometimes our best ideas come to us after we've lived a full life, and these artists, all over 60, have created some of their best art during this time. These ten winners were standouts in our Over 60 Art Competition, and we're excited to see what they come up with next!
Rick Pas specializes in painting nature and wildlife, but his focus is on the abstract patterns and textures visible in nature, such as in the veins of a leaf or the tracery on a moth’s wing