Yael Maimon is The Artist's Magazine's October artist of the month. She was a finalist in our annual competition last year with her pastel drawing.
I took art in high school and did very well. After school I dismissed art for 12 years. Art wasn’t encouraged as a career option, so I shifted away from it. I moved to LA in August of 1993 where I sold eyeglasses. On January 17, at 4:30 in the morning the Northridge Earthquake...
London, with its familiar sights and quiet residential streets, has served as Charlotte Halliday’s faithful muse for more than 50 years. The artist enjoys depicting its architecture from both the celebrated sites and quiet side streets in her watercolor painting. View some of these watercolor landscape scenes here.
Take The Artist’s Magazine’s short online survey by January 15, 2013, and you’ll be entered into a random drawing for a free copy of one of our annual CDs!
Deadline: April 23, 2012 for The Artist's Magazine's 29th Annual Art Competition, with over $25,000 in cash prizes. Enter your best work today.
Hebrew Union College Museum in New York will host realist painter Max Ferguson’s thirteenth solo exhibition, Painting My Father, from April 15-June 29, 2012.
It was in a hospital room as a child where Samantha Bennett began to create art. Read about her life story and her upcoming exhibition, "Scars Portraits and Beyond."
Peek Inside Color Theory Made Really Easy with Sandra Angelo. In this free one-hour online event Sandra introduces you to the six workbooks in her 60-day Home Study Course, Color Theory Made Really Easy.
Masterpieces of Renaissance portraiture are on view in a new exhibition opening at Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, through March 18, 2012.
Richard McKinley, landscape/interior juror for The Artist’s Magazine’s 28th Annual Art Competition, reveals what he looks for in judging works and why the First Place winners earned their praise.
Around Town In this lesson, Grant Fuller teaches how to draw a Street Scene in One-Point Perspective from Start Sketching and Drawing Now. This will be a one-point perspective drawing from the street level with a single vanishing point. Materials acid-free art paper Graphite 2H, HB, 2B wooden pencils Other kneaded eraser reference photo...