Catherine P. O’Neill paints watercolor figures and scenes from the American heartland with a pouring and lifting technique that she shares in the December 2016 issue of Watercolor Artist. View some of her paintings here!
The value in going back to a watercolor painting at a later time is that you can learn so much from your previous brushwork, color choices and half-finished composition.
A mini-lesson on drawing the mouth: Understanding the basic structures of the various facial features goes a long way in achieving a realistic depiction in a drawing.
Drawing magazine presents the special issue "The Figure: The Best of Drawing," with information on all aspects of the figure drawing process.
To make a collage that will last for years, you need to use a glue that's up to the job. Collage artist Jonathan Talbot gives his recommendations and tips.
The Emanuel Nine will forever be remembered in these commemorative portraits by artists at the Principle Gallery in Charleston, N.C.
Several cat-centric shows of prints, drawings and sculpture at the Cincinnati Art Museum are Drawing magazine's exhibition of the month for August, 2016.
Mary Whyte's watercolors tell stories of Americans whose work and traditions are fading into the past, but not before she documents their existence in artworks that could strongly stand on their own even without the meanings behind them.
A free step-by-step oil painting demonstration by Robin Smith, featured in the newly released "New Realism" magazine.
The cardinal rule of color mixing in painting and drawing media is, “Don’t mix too much.”
Still life artist Harriet Shorr arranged her setups with strange and disparate objects. With from-the-gut planning, she let the meaning fall where it might.