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Negative painting is a hot topic these days, and so the powers-that-be at North Light Shop have decided to offer a special selection of Linda Kemp’s DVDs and books in this exclusive offer. Her passion for this style is evident…
The nature-inspired watercolor paintings of Linda Kemp remind me of a small patch of a sandbar here, where I’ve sat many times. I think it’s because her paintings represent something bigger; they show a piece of a puzzle in a unique way that still captures the tranquil moments I’ve experienced…
Now that we’ve had a chance to define Zentangle® for those new to the drawing style, I wanted to revisit the topic. Many of you kindly shared your own Zentangles on our Facebook page, and I thank you for doing so–not only did that give me a chance to see more of the talent that’s out there, but you also opened others’ eyes to a beautiful form of art that’s new on the scene, and you did well…
There’s a special state of mind that we can achieve while tapping into our creativity and expressing it via painting, drawing, or other means. Those who don’t allow themselves to experiment with creative endeavors may think it sounds crazy, but …
Have you ever found that there’s a word for something that you’d been doing, but didn’t know that it was actually already an established “thing”? That’s exactly what Zentangle® is for me. As far back as grade school, I remember …
Abstract artist Linda Kemp is known for her nature-inspired “negative painting” techniques, in which she creates specific shapes. Learn about her technique in this exclusive interview, and through her newest DVD.
Keiko Yasuoka’s paintings take you to many places. Winter mountain ranges, a busy evening in San Fancisco, a sublime bay with sailboats waiting for dawn to break, just to name a few. And these are just her landscapes.
Wondering how to display art on paper? Get advice from the pros: Litsa Spanos, Chris Morris and Craig Valentine of Art Design Consultants; Paul Schaff of Wellage and Schaff Fine Art Services; Michael Chesley Johnson, pastel artist; Jean Pederson, watermedia artist; and Michael Skalka, Chairman ASTM D01.57.