A variety of artists share their favorite art supplies and why they don't like, but LOVE them. Be inspired and get new ideas!
Jaye Schlesinger finds an evocative subject in packaging. She shares a free oil painting lesson on how she created this still life of a Tiffany bag.
The work of Giambattista and Domenico Tiepolo are on display at the Eskenazi Museum of Art in Drawing magazine's exhibition of the month.
Artist Linda Kemp uses the practice of negative painting to deconstruct how to paint the essence of a subject. Here are her tips.
The look of hand lettering can be seen everywhere you turn these days. It’s a look we love because, in a digital world, something so obviously created by hand speaks to us and reminds us of our shared humanity, or at least, that’s my view. Consider having fun with hand lettering this year as...
Got hashtags? Instagram, for artists, is a wonderful place to share your artwork. It’s a powerful platform to increase your exposure and engage with people who appreciate your art. This increased exposure is great for your art business and can lead to sales of your art. So where do hashtags come in and are...
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!
Painting with acrylics while incorporating elements of collage allows for an intuitive process of experimentation and discovery.
In the June 2016 issue of The Artist’s Magazine we profile Amanda Penley, whose personal story compelled us as much as her subtle and absorbing digital art. A Harry Potter admirer through and through, Penley uses details from the books to recreate some of our favorite magical landmarks. Below is more about the artist, and a...
Working with a custom framer brings a host of benefits--especially when you understand what to look for, ask and expect.
When it comes to visual arts, it’s a good idea to compare your understandings and practices with similar interests, especially when it comes to art business.