Over the course of six decades, contemporary artist Anne Packard has honed her creative voice into an inspired convergence of image and imagination.
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Your art pricing guide has arrived on the first Money Month episode of the Art Opening(s) podcast. How to price your art has never been so clear as we break down all the ins and outs of pricing art.
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When a landscape painting has a specific mood, it’s likely to be more successful. Tips on a wide range of landscape art mood by Johannes Vloothuis.
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Painting loose is a no-brainer with these seven tried and true watercolor tips and a portrait demonstration by Bev Jozwiak.
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Two minutes of art history delight! Learn about the famed modern artist and instructor Josef Albers and the magic and science behind his theories on color.
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Look to the gorgeous colors and amorphous shapes that fill the pastel painting art of Odilon Redon. His art is a key example of the freedom of pastel.
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Narrative designer and lifelong drawer Stefan G. Bucher on how NASA, Fifth Avenue and everything in between can be explored through drawing. Stefan is also a top urban sketching instructor and will be teaching at the first ever SketchKon.
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