The Artist’s Magazine July/August 2011 Online Table of Contents

Browse these bonus online articles from the July/August 2011 issue of The Artists Magazine.

More Pastels by Robert K. Carsten
See other still lifes from Carsten’s recycling series.

Additional Acrylic Paintings
See more works by Sherry Loehr, Pat Stanley, Rick Pas, Mark Bratovich and Donna Watson.

Portraits by Jonathan Linton
See his commissioned children’s portraits and self-portrait.

Jonathan Linton Demo: Space and Shape

The Story Behind the Painting
Read Gregory Strachov’s account of the evolution of To Lux Aeterna.

More Watercolors by Gregory Strachov
See other distinctive landscapes by this watercolor painter.

Still Life Step by Step
See how Robert K. Carsten arranged and then rendered a still life in pastel.

A Brief History of American Landscape Painting

Birgit O’Connor’s Color-Mixing Chart

Birgit O’Connor: Painting Flowers, step by step

2011 All-Media Art Competition Winners

How Passing Storm Came to Be

The Life of a Cartoonist: Morris Weiss

Historic Plein Air Palettes

Compelling Figure Compositions

Winners of The Artist’s Magazine’s 27th Annual Art Competition

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