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From Tonia Davenport over at CreateMixedMedia.com. Who has inspired YOU to DREAM BIG? Nominate him or her in the comments section over at createmixedmedia.com for a chance to win an ORIGINAL PIECE OF ART FOR THAT PERSON and a FREE …
Never throw away failed watercolor paintings. Those pieces could turn out to be resources for new collages, either as backgrounds or as enhancements to watermedia paintings that need a lift. Revisit your archives now and then—especially when you’re stuck—to find …
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. Take Your Best Shot By …
In the August issue of Watercolor Artist, Nancy M. Grigsby challenged readers to transform a simple beginning into a watermedia masterpiece by incorporating found objects. We thank you for your spirited responses to this unique challenge and ask you to …
Illustrator and author Loren Long earned his bachelor of fine arts degree in graphic design/art studio from the University of Kentucky, followed by graduate studies in illustration at the American Academy of Art in Chicago. Before settling into a career …
“I wish I’d thought of that!” Most of us, at some time, have expressed this sentiment when viewing the creative work of another. What we do with this thought, however, can turn simple admiration into plagiarism. When it comes to art, imitation isn’t a form of flattery—it’s copyright infringement.
Painted Bandit (above; acrylic and mixed media on paper, 14×18) by Nancy M. Grigsby includes old bus tokens; an ad from an old newspaper; an old salt-cellar spoon; a face bead, which was a gift from a jewelrymaking friend of …