Art hacks for all things seascape to assure every artist smooth sailing and no need for an SOS signal of any kind, from alternative brushes and tropics in a glass.
Enter a watercolor competition with confidence after hearing directly from 21 judges or jurors (not to mention masters of the medium) on what they look for in a winning work of art.
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Artist Ron Stocke enjoys painting on location — even after the sun goes down.
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Need new art studio playlists to listen to? Well, Artists Magazine asked readers to suggest songs for the entire creative process, and their recommendations did not disappoint.
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Follow these tips to write a convincing artist statement that gets the word out about you and your work.
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If American artist Thomas Wilmer Dewing (1851-1938) is not well known to you, you are in for a treat. His haunting colors, woman-centric subjects and lush landscapes all but guarantee you’ll remember his name after reading this art history round up of details about the artist and his life through paint.