The subtle addition of cursive script to the smooth wash of the sky in May Poppies (watercolor on paper, 9×9) by Judy Morris adds a unique ﬁeld of texture to the composition and heightens the sense of place. It’s no secret that painting with watercolor is exciting; with each brushstroke, we’re reminded to expect...
Sheldon Tapley paints from natural light in his studio in the downtown area of Danville, Kentucky. Learn how he manages to control the light and adapt to an urban space.
Landscape/Interior Finalists from The Artist's Magazine's 28th Annual Art Competition
Richard McKinley, landscape/interior juror for The Artist’s Magazine’s 28th Annual Art Competition, reveals what he looks for in judging works and why the First Place winners earned their praise.
Professional art photographers Ric Deliantoni and Al Parrish shoot paintings, craft and woodworking projects for F+W Media’s book lines and magazines. Here they guide you on how to photograph your own painting, step by step. Read more about taking professional-quality photographs of your paintings and the equipment you need in the October 2011 issue of The Artist’s Magazine....
“Prairies lack the obvious grandeur of mountain ranges, red-rock canyons or the ocean,” says Lisa Grossman, who was featured in The Artist's Magazine. “It’s a more subtle beauty that comes to some slowly, but it’s undeniably powerful.” Grossman was inspired by the tallgrass prairie of the Flint Hills. The contrast between the dense,...
See more art from The Artist’s Magazine March 2011 feature artist Deborah Quinn-Munson.
View examples of watercolors by Keiko Tanabe in this Watercolor Artist online exclusive gallery.
An artist puts Canson's new Arches and Montval art boards to the test in the August 2010 issue of Watercolor Artist. How do they hold up against their paper counterparts?
With the help of a fast camera, some old-fashioned sweat and a measure of magic, Jon R. Friedman pushes beyond photorealism.
Read about Ann Murphy's pastel waves in this free article download.