Contemporary figurative artist Tim Tyler takes us behind the scenes of his award-winning representational oil painting “The Deconstructionist.”
Use strong diagonals and curves to create a unique painting composition. Olga Krimon explains.
As it turns out, this method is an important tool for the training of all artists in all subject matters.
Mother and artist Mardie Rees answers the question: “How could I possibly navigate this area of life and be the artist I truly felt called to be?”
Robert Meredith paints everything: landscapes, portraits, and still life, but his specialty and unique talent is trompe l’oeil or “fool the eye” realism.
Read fascinating essays on Dutch painter Francien Krieg's contemporary female figure paintings.
Congratulations to John Whytock, whose work has been recognized in the bi-monthly PleinAir Salon.
Save the date so you can learn from the one and only Mary Whyte, and get expert advice on how to get the most out of an art event.
Using bold color with a limited palette is a simple tool to add to your composition arsenal. Here’s how.
Contemporary realist James Earley shares why he chooses this particular subject, how he ultimately produces a painting, and the message he wants to get across in his art.