In her new book, The Successful Artist’s Career Guide, artist and author Margaret Peot offers experienced advice and empowerment to art students, aspiring artists and longtime hobbyists for taking that next step toward mapping out the creative life of your dreams. Along with advice on practical matters like...
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.
Douglas Flynt teaches classical techniques like grisaille and ébauche while breaking the process for painting still lifes into a series of manageable tasks.
Sheldon Tapley celebrates excess in his still lifes that include images of the nude; here, Daniel Brown explains the ways in which still life differs from figure and landscape in the Western tradition.
Artist Kim Flora, who works with encaustic, is exhibiting works in "Winter Solace," at the YWCA in Cincinnati, Ohio, through March 15, 2012. Joining her is Trina Feldhake, who creates ceramic baskets.
We’ve recently received complaints from subscribers about phone solicitations purportedly from The Artist’s Magazine that involve receiving gas cards for $300 and giving payment over the phone. In some cases, we’ve been told, the telemarketers were abusive. They operate under various names (you can see a list of bad agents on...
A review of 'A Bigger Message: Conversations with David Hockney' by Martin Gayford.
Devorah Sperber is an artist, although she doesn’t use oil, pastel, watercolor or any other traditional medium. Read about her unusual method of recreating famous artworks.
Congratulations to the 30 winners of our annual art competition. Our 28th Annual Art Competition attracted more than 7,000 accomplished entries. What a fretful pleasure to have to choose among such beautiful works! Given the rigorous craftsmanship of the majority of entries, judging was, even more than it usually is, a...
Congratulations to the 30 winners of The Artist's Magazine's 28th Annual Art competition! Here (and in our December 2011 issue) we celebrate the winners from the Abstract/Experimental category.