Presenting the winter 2015 issue of Drawing! As always, it contains the work of inspiring professional artists, along with instruction for artists ranging from beginner to advanced. This issue has a special focus on colored pencil, and it also looks at several artists devoted to drawing the natural world.
The full lineup of articles:
Rainy Day Woman
Elizabeth Patterson uses colored pencil to re-create ephemeral combinations of water and light. Interview by Austin R. Williams
The Colored Pencil Spectrum
Four artists share their approaches to creating luminous, detailed colored pencil drawings. By Austin R. Williams
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Drawing Fundamentals: The Hand
A time-tested approach to drawing convincing hands. By Jon deMartin
Flowers, Fruits, Beasts and Birds: The British Passion for the Natural World
Generations of British artists combine their love of science and art. By John A. Parks
Excellence on Paper, From Colonial to Contemporary
Nine outstanding drawings, prints and works on paper from the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts. By Austin R. Williams
Crystal Wagner’s drawings, sculptures and installations burst with life and color. By Kenneth J. Procter
Material World: Colored Pencil Primer
By Sherry Camhy
First Marks: Value Practice
By Margaret Davidson
New and Notable: Rachel Burgess
By Michael Woodson
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