What do the terms DPI and pixel mean, and how do they relate to photographing your artwork? Find out in this "Ask the Experts" from The Artist's Magazine.
Is there a fixing agent for watercolor that will set the paint? Find out in this "Ask the Experts" article by James Toogood.
Pencil marks showing up in your watercolor painting? Ask the Experts author James Toogood explains the characteristics of watercolor so you can create your best work.
How do you get enough pigment into a wet watercolor wash and still keep the wash transparent? Find out in this free "Ask the Art Experts" article by James Toogood.
On the go? Discover tips for traveling with wet canvases in this Ask the Experts by Michael Chesley Johnson; a free excerpt from The Artist's Magazine.
What features should you consider when choosing a French Easel for your art studio? Michael Chesley Johnson helps you decide in this Ask the Experts Q&A from The Artist's Magazine.
What’s the difference between glazing, scumbling and washing for oil painting techniques? Find out in this Ask the Experts from The Artist's Magazine.
Why register your artwork with the Copyright Office—and when? Attorney Leonard DuBoff explains copyright infringement laws and tells how to insure the best remedies for copyright violations.
Before you start buying gallons of paint to upgrade your art studio, read up on the best wall color choices in this "Ask the Experts" article by Koo Schadler.
Choosing the right lighting for your art studio can be a challenge. Know what works best before you invest in studio lighting.
Koo Schadler makes transfer paper in “any color of the rainbow,” using pigments or pastels, solvent and parchment paper. Find out how and why in "Ask the Experts."