While viewing master works is a great way to study color, composition, and more, you can benefit in an even deeper way with these painting tips from Iain Stewart.
Even a hint of rejection, judgment or criticism could be detrimental to the art-making process, and it’s our job as the mothers and fathers of our art to protect it until it can stand on its own, so to speak.
Jon Shaw's current work, created with STAEDTLER pens and art markers, examines the decaying urban landscape of the city’s less-celebrated environments.
As an artist, you will confront artist's block. You have to work through it to become a better artist. Artists who persevere are artists who will succeed.
When I came across these watercolor paintings in Splash 16: Exploring Texture, I knew I had to share them.
How far should you take your education in art? Join the conversation here.
Compare the photo reference and final works of Johannes Vloothuis to learn how to make the most of your plein air painting.
It’s hard to imagine that anyone would tell another person to give up on something. It’s even harder to believe that this happened to the artist who drew Weighted Stasis, the figure drawing featured today.
Expert art teacher, Lee Hammond, gives you two tips to create more realistic, vivid works of art. Learn two tips to build up layers in acrylic.
Love Downton Abbey and love art? Then you MUST see this charming digital art by Kim Parkhurst.
Congratulations to our May Artist of the Month, Grace Mehan DeVito! She was a finalist in The Artist’s Magazine‘s Annual Art Competition! Her painting Pomegranate and Vines is below. Keep scrolling to read more about what inspires DeVito and what she hopes to do in the future as an artist! Stamford, CT ~ www.gracedevito.com I’ve always been interested...