Birgid O’Connor delves into the world of watercolor brushes and tells how to shop for them, what to look for and what snap and shine have got to do with it!
Whatever pastel problem is giving you grief, chances are, many other painters have been there, too. That means there are solutions already out there that can help. Here, you’ll discover proven pastel hacks and tips that can simplify some common painting problems.
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Pablo Picasso lived a life so notorious and had a career so full of highlights that we could likely list one interesting factoid for every year since his birth, but we will settle for sharing these nine things to remember about this modernist titan instead.
These paints and inks pretty much assure that you always find the right color you need to express yourself this season!
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Sandy Allnock, author of Bible Journaling Made Simple and the Bible Journaling Made Simple Creative Workbook, introduces us to bible journaling and discusses how this creative worship can be an enriching and powerfully inspiring way of expressing yourself and your spirituality. Enjoy!
Pan pastels are artist quality soft pastels packed in pans, which makes them very convenient to carry. They are made to be used dry on paper and applied with a variety of tools. I recently enjoyed using them wet, like a pigment that you mix with water.
Explore a city from the point of view of its artists and artisans and you discover a rich and lively culture wherever you go. Santa Fe is no exception! Their Artists in Residence season is just beginning and here’s what to look forward to!