Acrylic artist Rick Pas shares a tip on how to see details when you're working on a painting.
Sheldon Tapley: Controlling the Light in an Urban Studio; Garry Kaye's studio setup; the origin of still life; tips about giclées; and an excerpt from 'Van Eyck to Dürer'.
Artist Garry Kaye, who uses Photoshop to help him create large beyond-photorealistic, detailed landscapes in acrylic, says his challenge with Apple Tree (acrylic, 36x48) was to create depth when using predominant greens. “I attempted to do this,” he says, “by using warm greens in the foreground, offset by colors leaning to the cooler side...
Internationally recognized artists Andrew Denman and Guy Combes announce their first joint exhibition: "Old World-New World."
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.
The other side of Tom Root's imagination; Marvin Mattelson's commissioned portraits; acrylic artist Patti Brady's studio; free lesson in intuitive abstraction and more.
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.
The following is a tip that ran in the November 2011 issue of The Artist's Magazine, in the feature article "Tools That Are Tried-And-True."