Acrylic artist Rick Pas shares a tip on how to see details when you're working on a painting.
Watercolor artist Dale Laitinen shares his tip for using gesso in a painting.
Acrylic artist Sherry Loehr shares her tip for cleaning acrylic paint from her paintbrushes.
Acrylic Artist Magazine presents a new art competition, just for acrylic art.
Stephen Bennett uses his photos to guide him in creating portraits that focus on the eyes, inviting us to “enter” and experience our common humanity.
Recently the Otsego County Conservation Association (OCCA) recognized Golden Artist Colors with the Business Conservation Award for its continued efforts in making a positive difference related to environmental protection, preservation and education in the county.
We’ve got good news for artists who love acrylics: The outpouring of support and gratitude for the debut issue of Acrylic Artist has led to a second installment of the magazine. We’re now pleased to announce the release of the Fall 2011 issue of Acrylic Artist. To put this second issue together, we approached...
Piecing together images from the past and current sentiments is essential for this artist's creative process.
In the October 2011 edition of Acrylic Artist, Carol Staub explains the process she uses to create collages. View additional examples of Staub’s work in this online gallery.
Interpreting what you see and communicating it to your audience through a portrait require social empathy and life experience. So says British artist Alastair Adams, internationally recognized for his dynamic and compelling commissioned portraits.
Close-Up: Special Effects in Acrylic by Pat Stanley originally appeared in the July/August 2011 issue of The Artist's Magazine.