In this edition of Paradise City, we explore the artful living of Santa Barbara, California. It is a city of architectural marvels and scenic seaside spots perfect for painting.
In this step-by-step pastel demonstration, learn to create colorful underwater scenes filled with realistic motion and dazzling light effects.
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Discover how to add striking bursts of color to any artwork with Brusho, a nontoxic ink and dye-basked crystal-powered paint.
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Spark your next creative breakthrough with nine inventive art projects that will have you inspired to make your own pigments, using computer technology and more.
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Mixed media artist Gwen Lafleur shares a step-by-step demonstration on how to use both chalk pastels and cream pastels in the same art project
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This edition of Artist HQ spotlights Joshua LaRock, an internationally recognized figurative artist whose portraiture and figurative works offer an ode to the Old Masters but with a contemporary spin. Joshua LaRock, An Artist to Know Inspiration can be a difficult thing to articulate for Joshua LaRock. An idea usually emerges from a hazy image […]
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In this episode we breakdown (metaphorically! there will be no actual killing!) one of the biggest, most mythic archetypes in all of art–the so-called artistic genius…and explain why it needs to die.
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