Discover all the ways you can use a simple pencil with these pencil drawing ideas from Kathi Hanson. Rule #1? No need to fear, because there’s no way to fail!
Sandrine Pelissier has been adding doodle art, marks, scribbles patterns and blotches to her paintings for many years and often this is one of the most enjoyable part of the painting process for her. Here she shares examples of what you can do with doodling and patterning in your art.
For the past 35 years, we’ve recognized the dedication and accomplishments of our Annual Art Competition winners. Join us in celebrating the student winners of this year’s competition, whose boundary-pushing work has us excited for the future of artmaking.
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There’s no better painting teacher than your own two eyes. Here Dan Scott, an Australian landscape painter and instructor, shares his insights into a beautiful painting by Claude Monet after spending quality time studying it as both an art instructor and an observer.
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Our praises and congratulations extend to all the winners of the 35th Annual Art Competition. Here, Artists Magazine is honored to present their inspiring contributions to the world of art.
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Plenty of modern artists have been gifted with a flair for the dramatic, and Niki de Saint Phalle (1930–2002) could hold her own with the best of them. The French sculptor and multidisciplinary artist created a brightly colored cast of characters over the course of her long career.
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