Congratulations to members of the WetCanvas Scratchboard forum for achieving recognition in the BBC International Wildlife Artist of the Year Competition.
Learn how to prepare copper panels for oil painting; view images of dogs portrayed in art; pack the right gear for a plein air adventure; and more, from the June 2012 issue of The Artist's Magazine.
Lance Rudegeair is our April 2012 Artist of Month. His mixed media painting, Don't Be a Chicken, was a finalist in the animal/wildlife category of The Artist’s Magazine’s 28th Annual Art Competition. "I'm inspired by an appetite for seeing color placed in unusual ways and by creating aesthetic—bringing beauty to the world in the...
Internationally recognized artists Andrew Denman and Guy Combes announce their first joint exhibition: "Old World-New World."
Committed to conservation efforts, Australian artist Steve Morvell (featured in the February 2012 Pastel Journal) paints wildlife in sensitive pastels that inspire ecological protection—and preservation. View a gallery of his conservation-inspired pastels.
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."
Wildlife artist David N. Kitler strives to keep his art fresh by breaking up the standard composition—working with multiple images and views of his subject.
This artist shines a new light on scenes that inspire him in nature.
Dawn Emerson, animal/wildlife juror for The Artist’s Magazine’s 28th Annual Art Competition, reveals what she looks for in judging works and why the First Place winners earned their praise.
Animal/Wildlife Finalists from The Artist's Magazine's 28th Annual Art Competition