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Switching Creative Gears | Brush Lettering With Watercolor | Comment and WIN!

If you’re reading this post, chances are pretty good that you already love watercolor painting or are embarking upon your journey. Admittedly, we adore the medium—a bold stroke of the brush to plant a tree in a landscape, transparent glazes, not painting an area to suggest its existence—it’s magic! But what about other ways to use watercolor? One idea currently on our minds (thanks, Pinterest and instagram) is brush lettering with watercolor. Lettering by Jenn ... Read More »

7 Ways Artists Can Sell Paintings Online – A Detailed Analysis

7 Ways Artists Can Sell Paintings Online – A Detailed Analysis

In this day and age there are many websites where artists can sell their paintings. Whether you’re an amateur artist or a professional one, you can start uploading images of your artwork and sell it in different parts of the world. With increasing number of platforms comes the confusion, especially in the case of fine art. Where exactly should you start selling it? Which website has the buyers that your artwork needs? Should you go ... Read More »

Fall’s Must-Have Watercolor Painting Resource | Watercolor Artist’s October Issue

The October 2016 issue of Watercolor Artist is this fall’s must-have watercolor painting resource, featuring tips on plein air sketching, getting the most out of your brushes and using expressive color! Featured artists include Thomas McNickle, Carol Carter, Patricia Guzmán, Ian Ramsay and more. Watch the preview below to get an idea of the beauty inside the issue. Look for the issue on newsstands August 16, or order your copy in print here or as ... Read More »

The rise of online art market

The rise of online art market

The boom of online art market is quite obvious. Increase in the online platforms fuelled online sales to 24 percent last year, to a high of US$3.27 billion as mentioned in the recent report by Hiscox, art insurance company with art market research firm ArtTactic. Read more at https://www.artnation.world/article/indian-art-market-need-e-commerce-push/ Online Source: http://bit.ly/29SLYuc Robert Read, head of Fine Art at Hiscox said that the growth of online market has been perpetual despite the global art market ... Read More »

Realistic Classic Car Paintings By UK Artist Paul Smith

Skill and creativity come into life in the classic car paintings by artist Paul Smith. Painting vintage cars in realistic method is a Himalayan task. It demands the right blend of imagination and technique at its best. There are only few artists who specialise in painting old cars. Today’s featured artist is Paul Smith from […] The post Realistic Classic Car Paintings By UK Artist Paul Smith appeared first on Fine Art Blogger. < p ... Read More »

Realistic Classic Car Paintings By UK Artist Paul Smith

Skill and creativity come into life in the classic car paintings by artist Paul Smith. Painting vintage cars in realistic method is a Himalayan task. It demands the right blend of imagination and technique at its best. There are only few artists who specialise in painting old cars. Today’s featured artist is Paul Smith from […] The post Realistic Classic Car Paintings By UK Artist Paul Smith appeared first on Fine Art Blogger. Source: Fine ... Read More »

India’s Top 51 Fine Art Galleries

India’s Top 51 Fine Art Galleries

India is a land of diverse culture and rich heritage. India has produced legends in ancient history and young talents in modern times. It is blessed with abundant values and talent in the fields of art. From the ancient times till date, India has proudly known for its high end art, traditional heritage and compassionate youth brewing its talent in every nook and corner. The question, “how important art is to us in our daily ... Read More »

Grids: The difference between dynamic symmetry and perspective as a means of organizing space

In all styles of painting and photography grids are part of the discussion.  The big three are the Rule of Thirds, Linear Perspective, and the Golden Mean or Dynamic Symmetry.  All of them function as a means to organize pictorial space, and the more experience you gain with composition, the more you might become curious about the reasons why artists rely on these concepts. Since composition can be discussed in terms of finding a satisfying ... Read More »

Amazing Candlelight Paintings By Famous Artists

Candlelight paintings are amazingly attractive with vibrant flames. If you have ever wondered about painting light, take a sure shot chance to try out a burning candle. The focus of the painting is on the flame and have a wide impact on the subject. The luminous area on the canvas is the glow that radiates […] The post Amazing Candlelight Paintings By Famous Artists appeared first on Fine Art Blogger. < p class=”wpematico_credit”>Powered by WPeMatico Read More »

Amazing Candlelight Paintings By Famous Artists

Candlelight paintings are amazingly attractive with vibrant flames. If you have ever wondered about painting light, take a sure shot chance to try out a burning candle. The focus of the painting is on the flame and have a wide impact on the subject. The luminous area on the canvas is the glow that radiates […] The post Amazing Candlelight Paintings By Famous Artists appeared first on Fine Art Blogger. Source: Fine Art Read More »

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