Ryan Brown shares advice on how to give yourself the best chance to succeed and become an expert at what you do.
Nathan Ives, director of “Somewhere in the Middle,” takes us behind the scenes of his new movie, which raises the question about what it means to be a “successful” artist.
Charcoal is a drawing medium that allows you to, in essence, deal with the extremes of creation, of a most ancient and elemental contrast.
Enjoy a visual recap of the Figurative Art Convention & Expo, including portrait painting demonstrations and figurative art presentations, featuring Dan Thompson, Teresa Oaxaca, Casey Baugh, Daniel Greene and Wende Caporale, and so many more of your favorite artists working today.
Take a journey with Lorena Kloosterboer, who takes you through her creative process, from the inception to the completion of a still life painting.
Meet this week’s top Realism Today Ambassador, Galerie Pictura.
“Knowing the person you paint changes the way you paint them.” Watercolor artist Karisa Keasey explains how she adjusts composition, color, foreground, and background to go beyond stereotypes and show a more complete picture of one’s story.
Huihan Liu explains how simplifying a painting before developing the narrative may be your key to a successful composition.
Contemporary painter Nancy Boren shares her inspiration and process for painting “Fairy Dust on the Breeze.”
Jesse Lane broke from his tradition of realist colored pencil portraits to create “Abyss.” Here, he takes us into his drawing process.