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The Artist's Magazine June 2011 Digital Edition

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Highlights Use Color Trails to Lead the Viewer's Eye 2-Point Perspective

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Highlights

Use Color Trails to Lead the Viewer's Eye
2-Point Perspective
The Wow of Watercolor: Transparent and Opaque Effects in Landscapes and Figures
Best Practices: Hanging Your Own Show
Problem Solving When You Work From Life

Features

Running Water
Dale Laitinen, Robin Purcell, Michael Reardon and Mark Workman harness the energy of free-flowing watercolor in dynamic landscapes. By Maureen Bloomfield

Believing the Illusion
Kate Sammons works outward from a focal point to render a convincing representation in graphite, charcoal or oil. By Judith Fairly

Colorful Characters
With a distinctive line and limpid color, Joan Becker populates a universe with spirited characters. By Ruth K. Meyer

Life Challenges
Christopher Pierce ingeniously solves the quandaries that follow from his commitment to work from life. By Michael Lacoy

Columns and Departments

Letters

Close-Up
Wet-into-wet watercolor is the way to create atmosphere. By Michael Reardon

The Artist's Life
Children's book illustrator Jan Brett draws a dassie; Daniel E. Greene depicts Natalie Portman as Queen Amidala from Star Wars; botanical artist Wendy Hollender tills a field; and more. Edited by Cherie Haas

Exhibitions
Shows to see this summer. Edited by Cherie Haas

Brushing Up
Lead the viewer's eye through your composition with color notes strung together as a trail. By Arleta Pech

Drawing Board
Use two-point perspective to draw architectural structures. By Laurin McCracken

Business
Do it yourself: Learn how to hang your own show. By Jonathan and Marsha Talbot

Supply Cabinet
Check out new materials on the market. Edited by Cherie Haas

Master Class
Alfred Sisley places a repoussoir to invite the viewer into an Impressionist landscape. By Jerry N. Weiss

Workshop Guide

Competition Spotlight
A computer programmer becomes a colored pencil artist. By Sheila Cantrell

Additional Information

SKU W2217
Product Type Magazine Download
Pages N/A
ISBN13 N/A
Instructor The Artist's Magazine
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