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The Silverpoint Exhibition: An Online Gallery

If you’re intrigued at all by silverpoint–one of the oldest, most beautiful, and most mysterious drawing methods in the world–you’ll be interested to learn about “The Silverpoint Exhibition,” a recent show at the National Arts Club. The exhibition brought together works by dozens of contemporary dratsmen who work in silverpoint. The winter 2014 issue...

Odori, by Masuko Jo, watercolor, ink, and gouache.

Society of Illustrators 2013 Student Winners: Online Gallery

We’re mixing it up in the New and Notable section of the summer 2013 of Drawing–instead of spotlighting one artist creating fresh and compelling work, we’re spotlighting hundreds. The young artists in question are the deserving winners of the Society of Illustrators’ annual Student Scholarship Competition. For years, the competition has rallied students in...

by David Hockney, 1980, color lithograph.

Exhibition Alert: New Drawings on View in Minneapolis

Summer is always good to art lovers, as museums across the country unveil excellent shows large and small. A number of museums are currently hosting notable exhibitions of drawing, including the Minneapolis Institute of Arts, where the temporary exhibition ”It’s New, It’s Now: Contemporary Prints and Drawings” includes nearly a hundred compelling works on paper by...

pastel painting by Maggie Price

Pastel Pick of the Week: The Best of Maggie Price

Artists who attended the International Association of Pastel Societies (IAPS) convention in Albuquerque, N.M., last month, had the opportunity to attend the opening reception of a special exhibition to honor artist Maggie Price who passed away in April (see that announcement in this earlier blog post). My colleague, Jamie Markle (the fine art group...

Candice Bohannon's Untitled

Women Painting Women

This past summer, I was lucky enough to visit the National Gallery in London. Scattered throughout are thousands of artworks, and after walking through just a few of the rooms, I began to feel overwhelmed by looking at the portraits--like I was seeing my own fragile humanity reflected back at me. The subjects all...