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If you live in the United States, chances are that you’re familiar with the predictable patterns that inevitably take over in March: usurped living rooms and TVs, filled sports bars, and old college jerseys, shaken out of dusty cardboard boxes. …
Keiko Yasuoka’s paintings take you to many places. Winter mountain ranges, a busy evening in San Fancisco, a sublime bay with sailboats waiting for dawn to break, just to name a few. And these are just her landscapes.
The April issue is officially on newsstands! If you’re not a subscriber, you can also order a digital or print issue from North Light Shop today. In the meantime, I’d like to share with you this gorgeous slideshow of the art that’s featured, along with a letter about this issue from Maureen Bloomfield.
Even though it is, in most cases, an artist’s least seen work (often by design), a sketchbook can offer the most intimate view into an artist’s process. It is there that moments of high creativity come to life in the …
Artist Mimi Jensen recently set out on a very special art excursion. This wasn’t just any trip to any gallery—the enthusiastic Jensen flew across the country with her husband to devote an entire week to touring the Metropolitan Museum of Art for an experience of a lifetime. Here she talks about her trip.
Being reminded of the purpose, or concept, that motivated us to paint a specific subject, or scene, is key to evolving as an artist, once technical mastery is achieved. Without purpose, it is easy to fall prey to technical perfection devoid of feeling. It may look exactly like the scene but says very little. Practice may get an artist to Carnegie Hall but it is passion that produces rave reviews.
One of my favorite sayings is “we wouldn’t have mountains without the valleys.” Learn how Maggie Price’s newest book, Creative Freedom, can keep you inspired to create and stay on top of the mountain.