Choose Your Own Adventure By Naomi Ekperigin Aron Wiesenfeld’s figurative drawings and paintings are rich with meaning and wonderfully ambiguous, inviting viewers to create their own narratives and feel a sense of kinship with the artist’s young protagonists.
A Many-Sided Approach to the Figure By Austin R. Williams Dan Thompson advocates an artistic process that encompasses many strategies, in order to utilize and celebrate the complexity of learning how to represent life through drawing.
By the Line By Courtney Jordan Canadian artist Kelly Wallace depicts chaotic wreckage and debris in his graphite drawings created almost entirely with short, straight lines.
How to Find Form By Dan Gheno The challenge of producing convincing three-dimensional form on a two-dimensional surface has fascinated—and at times confounded—artists for thousands of years. Here are strategies to help give your figure drawings a powerful, convincing sense of volume and depth.
What’s in a Face? The winners of the Drawing Self-Portrait Cover Competition.
A Different Kind of Drawing By Naomi Ekperigin In her mixed media works, Meagan Shein uses unpredictable materials to explore complex ideas centered around displacement and decay.
First Look: New Drawings by Alexey Steele
Filling in the White Space By Courtney Jordan Dense patterns and pen strokes distinguish Roz Leibowitz’s peculiar drawings, allowing the artist to explore subtly subversive narratives hidden in not-so-plain sight.