A look at the oh-so bountiful, various and numerous artistic styles of the one and only Henri Matisse. We couldn’t have picked a more inspiring artist to observe.
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Who’s inspired your passion for art? Artist Annie O’Brien Gonzales refers to these individuals as our Artist Ancestors. Here is how to find yours!
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Artists, are you seeing faces in objects? Then you’ve got a case of pareidolia and here’s what to do with it, artistically speaking.
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Jean Haines is one of our most inspiring instructors. She truly has magic in her fingertips! But she is also incredible when it comes to sharing her inspirations and what makes her ready to create in the studio every day. Here, we share a Q&A with this beloved teacher and learn her quirks, creative touchstones and major influences!
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Watercolor artist Keiko Tanabe invites us into her studio to learn color mixing alongside her. She shows how subtle neutrals can be — even made with primary colors — and answers a popular question: what colors make gray?
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The color story of deep, rich midnight blue, a color that soothes and comforts and offers the vastness of the night sky.
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Thomas Schaller watercolor demo on how to move beyond what the eye actually sees to present a unique vision.
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