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Influenced by race and religion, artist Stanley Rayfield creates art that visually and subtly portrays spiritual concepts, including hope and love.
Acrylic paint is known for its quick drying time. Contemporary artist Christina Ramos explains in a step-by-step demo how she takes advantage of this quality.
When portrait painter Miguel Espinosa won a scholarship to FACE, we invited him to join us in a Q&A about his art, his challenges, and his experience. Read more to be inspired.
“It was time for big changes in several areas of my creative process,” she says.” I could feel it deep in my soul.”
See what happens when two figurative artists — Nanci France-Vaz and Dorian Vallejo — share the same canvas in an artistic “duel.”
A winner of the Best Oil category in the bi-monthly PleinAir Salon shares how she creates patterns, identifies shapes, and “solves the puzzle” of her portrait paintings.
Why it’s important for an artist to be a perpetual student, and 11 ways to do so.
Contemporary artist Tim Lowly shares how the Korean Minjung art movement and his special needs daughter, who is “profoundly other,” inspire his art.
Narrative artist Lesley Thiel takes us through the symbolism and painting process of her realist work “Swallows and Amazon.”
Charles Miano shares how one-on-one training with a master artist is the quickest way to improve one’s abilities.

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