This week’s Jen’s Pick takes us back to ancient 2008, but there’s nothing dated about the excellent instruction in these two videos. In these video workshops on acrylic collage, Merle Rosen takes a looser, more dynamic approach to painting and mixed media, by incorporating unconventional painting techniques, materials and collaged elements into her work....
See a painting demo by mixed media artist Sandrine Pelissier, showing how she created her newspaper collage, acrylic & ink piece, Recycling Life, a winner in The Artist's Magazine's 2013 All Media Art Competition.
Anne Kubitsky shares the story behind her inspiring "Look for the Good" project, in which she invites everyday people to share a glimmer of gladness with her, and the world.
Koo Schadler makes transfer paper in “any color of the rainbow,” using pigments or pastels, solvent and parchment paper. Find out how and why in "Ask the Experts."
The Ohio Arts Council's Riffe Gallery will present the "Outside in Ohio: A Century of Unexpected Genius" exhibition from July 26 - October 14, 2012, displaying the work of 18 Ohio artists who have never studied art.
Ephraim Rubenstein's news series of mixed media drawings of ancient temples and cathedrals harnesses the expressive power of the wax-resist method. Here, he shares a step-by-step demonstration of how he created Selinunte II (mixed media, 50x38). Don't miss this free demo of his work.
In September The Art Students League of New York will present a mixed media workshop hosted by Lisa L. Cyr where she'll demonstrate her mixed media techniques. Read here for registration information.
In the August 2012 issue of Watercolor Artist, five artists show you how they paint, pour, stencil, lift, spray and otherwise build complex layers of texture and meaning in their abstract watercolor paintings. Here, three more share their favorite tips and techniques for creating abstract art. Jane E. Jones ...
Presenting a slideshow of the May 2012 issue of The Artist's Magazine, featuring the work of David Hettinger, McCrystle Wood, Sheldon Tapley, Garry Kaye, Jeannie McGuire and more.
Here’s a sneak preview from Sue St. John’s new book, Journeys to Abstraction. Read artist Lana Grow’s essay about her process on the image below. I had a special memory in mind when I created this piece. We have a cabin up in northern Minnesota and often enjoy lovely sunsets there. I wanted to...
Sheldon Tapley paints from natural light in his studio in the downtown area of Danville, Kentucky. Learn how he manages to control the light and adapt to an urban space.