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LIQUITEX Collection of intermixable Liquitex Materials No one else sees things the way you do. As an artist, you’ve got your own vision and your own way of doing things. Experiments and mistakes are part of the process and help you to develop. We’re with you. We’ve been helping artists for over 60 years with materials, tools and technical expertise. When we invented water-based acrylic paint back in 1955, we gave artists a new medium ... Read More »

Paint Along 35: Create Depth with Atmosphere | LIVE with Johannes Vloothuis

Paint Along 35: Create Depth with Atmosphere | LIVE with Johannes Vloothuis

WEB SEMINAR: Create Depth with Atmosphere TIME: 1:00 to 5:00 PM EST DATES: 3 Saturdays: May 27, June 3 & 10 WHERE: From the comfort of your home You do not have to attend the sessions live. Everything gets recorded and can be downloaded at no extra cost. Register for the Paint Along 35: Create Depth with Atmosphere LIVE online workshop coming soon–please check back! Learn How to Create Depth in Your Paintings with Atmospheric Perspective Depicting a ... Read More »

From the sublime to the stentorian

From the sublime to the stentorian

W.C. Fields used to have a funny trope about in show business you should never work with children or animals. To that list should perhaps be added the soprano Anna Netrebko.  L.A. Opera presented Ms. Netrebko, for the first time in a decade, along with her husband, tenor Yusif Eyvazov in concert Thursday night at the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion in a collection of operatic favorites that ran the gamut from the sublime to the stentorian. ... Read More »

There wouldn’t be chandeliers bright enough!

There wouldn’t be chandeliers bright enough!

“I thought you did it for me, Mama.” &8220;I thought you did it for me, Mama…&8221; I thought you made a no-talent ox into a star because you like doing things the hard way, Mama. And you haven’t got any talent! Not what I call talent, Mister Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart! I made you! And you wanna know why? You wanna know what I did it for?! Because I was born too soon and started too ... Read More »

8 Reasons You Should Enter the Annual Art Competition Now!

So, you’re an artist. CONGRATULATIONS! We love you already! The Artist’s Magazine is now accepting entries for our 34th annual #art competition, and I can probably read your mind. Watch me. You’re probably thinking…why should I enter? What chance do I have at winning? How can this help motivate me? What others ways can I get my work noticed?   Impressed? Well fear not, because I have just the answer(s) for you! Here are all of ... Read More »

Splash 19 Winners Announced

Congratulations to the 126 artists selected for North Light Books’ 2017 watercolor competition Splash 19: Illusion of Light! If you see your name below, please check your email for instructions on next steps. You will receive an email from us with the subject line “Splash 19 Winner Notification” no later than Friday, May 19th. SPLASH 19 WINNERS LIST Alexander, Kathleen – Mangos and Japanese White-Eye Amsellem, David – Bliss Angelos, Mina – The Dining Room Barnum, Joanna – Escape Velocity Becker, Marnie ... Read More »

Painting the Landscape: 11 Questions Answered by Johannes Vloothuis

A painting demo by Vloothuis. Landscape Artist Teaches Thousands & Shares His Tips with Us With landscape artist Johannes Vloothuis guiding the way, thousands of artists from around the world learn how to paint. His teaching methods are geared toward those who are new to landscape painting (maybe you or someone you know) and to those who are experienced. Starting as a mentor on WetCanvas.com, he now has instructional DVDs and teaches online workshops. In ... Read More »

Happy Earth Day, Artists!

Being Part of the Green Art Movement Happy Earth Day, Artists! May your land-, sea-, and skyscapes be as lovely today as they ever were. It’s not a day to preach or chide or feel down on yourself. Just a day to celebrate Mother Nature and raise awareness as an #art community of green art ways–simple solutions you can do starting today in your studio to keep your ecosystem going strong. Love in art, Courtney ... Read More »

To Title or Not to Title: Is That the Question?

Beginner Art Questions: The Paint Is Drying&8230;Now What? Artist Ginny Gluege approached us with an interesting question and an informed take on what artists can and should consider when debating whether or not to title an artwork. I don’t like to title my acrylic paintings because I feel strongly about not influencing the viewers&8217; freedom to develop their own thoughts, interpretations, enjoyment of the piece. Is there a good way to label the pieces for inventory ... Read More »

Impressionist Painting Techniques For Beginners

The impressionist techniques are very creative and artful. They changed ordinary means of painting details that show life as such. The movement aimed at more freedom of art in an expressionistic style. There are several techniques used by Impressionist artists. According to art history, the first bright, modern movement is impressionism.With its kick-start in Paris in the […] The post Impressionist Painting Techniques For Beginners appeared first on Fine Art Blogger. Source: Fine Art Read More »

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