If you're an outdoor artist, we're calling on you to share your fails when working outdoors! Do you have a particularly funny story? Go on, we're listening!
Here are four tips for artists on how you can manipulate aerial perspective and linear perspective to accentuate depth in a painting.
In this Life in Pieces, explore the fascinating life of a true trailblazer, Marcel Duchamp, who questioned deep-rooted beliefs about what art should be.
Enjoy a free download of coloring pages from the Peace, Love and Understanding Coloring Book and get in touch with your inner artist over the weekend.
Watercolor artist Carol Evans shares how to focus your observational skills on four unique areas when painting still water in watercolor.
With a self-control borne out of experience, Olga Litvinenko knows when to forge ahead and when to scale back in glowing watercolors that express her love of city life.
Painting with bold brush strokes and drippy washes, Fealing Lin keeps her watercolors fresh and lively. Enjoy a web-exclusive gallery of her new landscape work here.
Learn more about one of the world's most influential artists of all time in this edition of Life in Pieces.
Three insightful tips from Drawing magazine on how to draw faces and heads, two of the most challenging subjects to master for any artist.
If you’ve ever spread frosting on a cake, you have an idea of the textural possibilities when using a painting knife to create an oil painting. Deborah-Quinn Munson explains how you can achieve a variety of effects, from the sweeping strokes to refined details.
This article celebrates three artists with different styles who love acrylic painting. Discover the different paths you can take with this medium.