If you need a little push to get in the holiday spirit this year, here are two fun Christmas art projects that feature mixed-media techniques you can use year round! Altered Berry Basket Gift Box Mixed-media artists are known for altering anything they can get their hands on, sometimes quite extravagantly. But if assemblage and altering...
Learn how you can use colored pencil and pastel together for drawing realistic birds and butterflies.
Jaye Schlesinger finds an evocative subject in packaging. She shares a free oil painting lesson on how she created this still life of a Tiffany bag.
The work of Giambattista and Domenico Tiepolo are on display at the Eskenazi Museum of Art in Drawing magazine's exhibition of the month.
Follow along with this watercolor demonstration, a saturated paper technique for painting animals in watercolor with Cheng-Khee Chee.
In this online workshop you will learn how to add brilliant light to a specific area in your painting to create awesome effects where the viewer will feel invited to walk right into your scene.
The immediate sense of recognition we feel looking at a pastel portrait by Melissa Dring may well be influenced by another side of the English artist’s life: her work as a police forensic artist. She combines her skills in forensic drawing and portraiture to intriguing effect with her portrait of English novelist Jane Austen.
Read about Christine Ivers, and learn how she uses pastels for stunning day and nighttime paintings.
California artist Fred Dalkey discusses his process for creating luminous Conte drawings, as well as works in silverpoint.
There are so many ways to approach the subject of water in your watercolor art, but sometimes, the simplest approaches are the best. Gordon MacKenzie demonstrates three approaches to the subject and shows that learning how to paint water can be fun, with achievable results right away.
Acrylic Artist, the top art magazine dedicated to working acrylic painters, profiled Ana Schmidt in the Winter 2016 issue. After spending time with Schmidt there was more to her story than would fit in the pages of the magazine so here’s more of her story! Discover how Schmidt sees, interprets and studies color when...