Congratulations to the 30 winners of our annual art competition! Here (and in our December 2011 issue) we celebrate the winners from the Landscape/Interior category.
Congratulations to the 30 winners of our annual art competition! Here (and in our December 2011 issue) we celebrate the winners from the Portrait/Figure category.
Congratulations to the 30 winners of our annual art competition! Here (and in our December 2011 issue) we celebrate the winners from the Animal/Wildlife category.
Letter from the editor: “The Old Year’s gone away/To nothingness and night”: so the poet John Clare declared in 1867. As our own old year fades, we celebrate what’s new—the 30 winners of our 28th annual art competition, which attracted more than 7,000 entries of exceptional merit. To see the works that won awards...
Beth Krommes, scratchboard artist and winner of the 2009 Caldecott medal, describes the steps for creating illustrations for a picture book.
Jeff Gola is the Competition Spotlight artist in the October 2011 issue of The Artist's Magazine. Here he shares his thoughts on egg tempera as a medium.
Learn to draw a trinity knot with this simple step by step from Cari Buziak’s Calligraphy Magic. How to Draw a Simple Trinity Knot in 6 Steps 1 Sketch a dividing line, putting a dot to the lower left and lower right, and at the top. 2 Draw a fat arc starting at the...
Featured artist Deborah Rubin, who teaches watercolor classes, has advice for her students and artists. "I tell them that it's process that's most important, not the finished piece." Yellow Trolley (gouache, 18x26) by Rubin was a finalist in the landscape/interior category of The Artist’s Magazine’s 27th Annual Art Competition.
An artist who works primarily in encaustic, Kim Flora, not yet 30, impresses older professionals with the maturity of her commitment to the arts. In this free demo, Flora shares basic painting techniques for encaustic.
Advertise your site in print. In all your advertising and promotional media—such as newspapers, guidebooks, magazines, newsletters and even daily e-mail correspondence, make sure you include your website address. And of course, don’t forget to put that address on your business card and brochure. This tip is an excerpt from an article titled “Market...