Getting to know how to use your watercolor brushes is vital as an artist, but it’s a skill many don’t master correctly...
Find the current schedule for art workshops with Lee Hammond here, including her classes on acrylic, graphite drawing, colored pencil and more.
Lee Hammond gives advice on how to share your love of drawing with children.
From Alaska to Florida, from Missouri to Japan, Bermuda or Bahamas, in person or online, for a week or a semester, there’s something for everyone here.
Jennifer McChristian shares how to "work the workshop" in this free webinar that includes a live Q&A! Join us July 27, 2016 at 2pm EST.
Are cheap canvases worth the savings? Johannes Vloothuis addresses this and more as he compares linen and cotton canvases and how to prepare them for painting.
Sheldon Tapley tackles art business questions, such as the originality of art and the variety of art school options.
Jean Pederson reports on the 2016 Fabriano in Aquarello, a celebration of watercolour art.
Free webinar! Join Linda Fisler as she welcomes Juliette Aristides for the next Art Chat.
As published in the April 2016 issue of The Artist’s Magazine, a few readers shared their grievances with our coverage of abstract artist Hildy Maze (“In Tune With Time,” January/February 2016) through letters to the editor. We’ve since received so many letters in response to and in favor of featuring nonobjective art that we’ve decided to...
Making a good painting is hard work, and requires a lot of energy. Managing your energy is important because the more you have, the better the work will be.