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.
Since last we spoke with acrylic artist Steve Wilda, he’s been chosen as one of the featured artists to appear in North Light Books’ forthcoming AcrylicWorks 4: Captivating Color! An in-depth look at his selected painting, Honed to Imperfection, can be seen here. Today we talk with Wilda about his new work and...
Richard McKinley shares how he experiments with various elements and principles of design to keep a painting from becoming compositionally predictable.
The Artist’s Magazine presents New Realism: Contemporary Takes on the Figure, a 116-page curated collection of the best portrait and figure oil painting tips, step-by-step demonstrations and professional advice from today’s hottest oil painters. Their portrait and figure work represent a renewed commitment to realism and representation in painting today. Traditionally trained, these artists put their own...
Claudia Nice reminds us that we have certain ideas about what things look like, when in reality, it takes a different perspective to truly see, and ultimately draw, accurately. Learn more, and see Claudia's lesson on how to draw hands (a special bonus!).
Wednesday, August 24, 2016: Join Linda Fisler as she welcomes Carolyn Anderson for the next Art Chat for a discussion that's all about color!