In the summer 2016 issue of Acrylic Artist we feature Donne Bitner and take a look at her watercolor-like paintings of invented landscapes and seascapes. We caught up with Bitner to take a closer look at her work New Day Dawning. Here’s what she had to say. Acrylic Artist: You’ve mastered the ability of...
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...
To a large extent, the success of the presentation of your paintings and drawings literally hangs on the hardware you choose. A little knowledge could save your art!
This all-in-one guide provides beginners with some basic information on how to paint with acrylics including acrylic painting techniques and tools. Learn more with this handbook!
Learn more about drawing with markers and ink with this guide that contains information from different types of markers to using dip pens to drawing techniques.
Use our year-at-a-glance Watercolor Artist 2015 Article Index to easily locate all of your favorite watercolor painting artists and articles that appeared in the 2015 issues of Watercolor Artist. Get your FREE downloadable index here: Watercolor Artist_Index 2015 Store this index on your desktop for easy access. It’s the perfect companion for your collection of 2015 Watercolor Artist issues....
Learn more about the fine art of framing your artworks in this exclusive article that explains it all: When to frame? Which frame? Glass options and more.
A list of 20 helpful working habits that will improve your success in the studio and in art business.
Learn how to turn your pastel disasters into beautiful paintings with helpful demos from Carole Katchen.
This Creativity Workshop post celebrates original sketch work in final paintings, revealing the drawing and line work in the painting composition. Get painting!
I liked this photo that I took of a koi pond with a reflection of the sky and surrounding trees; however, I felt the elements, particularly the leaves, were spread too evenly in the photo.