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Art Students: Look for the Obvious, Yet Seldom Mentioned
If your drawing style falls within the category sometimes known as “Art Class Awkwardism,” you’ll want to see what this teacher has to say.
Visionary Work: 7 Ways to Develop Creativity
You have all become familiar with the necessity to set yourself apart, to bring something new, to find a way to make it yours as you develop your artistic voice. Be careful: If we set out with the intention of doing something different for the sake of standing out, this can easily set us down the wrong path.
20 Earthly Delights – Contemporary Realism Still Lifes
“Earthly Delights” is the title of a selection of still life paintings by Scott Fraser. Enjoy a behind-the-scenes look at Fraser’s painting process here.
The Pursuit of Light | Paint Figurative Art Like the Masters
Daniel Gerhartz shares figurative art that illustrates how to assess your subject in order to most accurately relay the correct values and edges.
www.SadieValeri.com Sadie Valeri is a nationally recognized oil painter and art instructor based in San Francisco. Her paintings have shown at prestigious galleries across the United States and have attracted significant honors, including First Prize for...
DanThompsonArt.com Dan Thompson was born in Alexandria, Virginia, and graduated from the Corcoran School of Art in Washington, DC. He earned his MFA from the Graduate School of Figurative Art of the New York Academy...
8 Fun Halloween Costume Ideas for Artists
We couldn’t resist putting together a list of some of the most brilliant Halloween costumes for artists and art-lovers. Bonus: Get some artistic jack-o’-lantern ideas here too!
How to Draw: From an Idea, To a Sketch, To a Work of Art
Grace Aldrich takes us behind the scenes of the creation of her drawing “Elements of Style.” View sketches, learn what art supplies she used, and find out the unconventional way she checked her progress.
Art That Explores Boundaries: Q&A With Horacio Quiroz
Booth Gallery welcomes Mexican painter Horacio Quiroz to NYC for his debut solo exhibition in the United States, “Polarities.” The following is our exclusive, bilingual interview on the development of Quiroz’s unique style, his medium of choice, and what he hopes viewers take away from his art.
Unexpected Delights: Step-by-Step Painting Demo
See how this oil painting of “Baby Dionysus” came together, from the initial drawing to the final varnish.