Magazine d'artistes

Programme de résidence Sam & Adele Golden Foundation

Today I caught myself with my hand on my chin, looking at absolutely nothing, and having a lovely daydream. This happens a lot. I like to imagine that it’s because I’m creative, or because I’m truly destined for wild, improbable adventures, but the little cricket in my head tells me it’s probably just because I’m …

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Comment une femme utilise son intuition pour créer de l'art, malgré les difficultés

Each day we receive letters from readers all over the world, and today I’d like to share a recent story that an artist has shared with us via our sister site, WetCanvas. I hope you find her story as inspiring as I do. ~Cherie Dear Editor, I’m a legally blind finger painter based in the …

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Questions brûlantes: l'artiste Michael Chesley Johnson sur Moby and More

In the newest issue of The Artist’s Magazine (September 2013, on newsstands now), Michael Chesley Johnson is featured in a landscape article titled “Poetry of Earth,” by Maureen Bloomfield. We’ve asked him a few just-for-fun questions–keep reading to discover more! What’s the one color you can’t live without and why? “White” would be an obvious …

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Questions brûlantes: l'artiste Thomas Torak au clair de lune et plus

With bravura brushstrokes, Thomas Torak focuses on the painterly surface and gladly passes on old master techniques to his students. In the newest issue of The Artist’s Magazine (October 2013, on newsstands now), Torak is featured in a landscape article titled “Alive with Paint,” Robert K. Carsten. We’ve asked him a few just-for-fun questions–keep reading to …

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Avons-nous quelque chose d'excitant pour vous

Shopping for gifts, going to parties, upholding traditions, eating, more shopping, more eating…the holidays are officially upon us. I’ve updated my gift list spreadsheet (nerd alert) and created a budget for shopping. I’ve started eyeing sales and have begun working on the handmade gifts that I’ll give. Like many of you, my focus is on …

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Versez votre art | Un numéro gratuit d'Inspiré

Today’s guest editor is Beth Williams of Pastel Journal, Watercolor Artist and Inspired, (hint: get the newest free issue of this digital magazine here). ~Cherie As this year wanes and the next ascends, you may be hunkering down to draw up your list of serious-minded resolutions so you can carpe annum, or “seize the new …

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Questions brûlantes: l'artiste Tanja Gant à propos de l'Égypte et du sentier des Appalaches

It’s our newest installment of “Burning Questions!” Today we share some behind-the-scenes story-bites from Tanja Gant, who is featured in The Artist’s Magazine (January/February 2014) with her Drawing Board article on portraits in colored pencil, and how to avoid cliché with close cropping. Speak No Evil (colored pencil, 10×8) by Tanja Gant 1. What’s the color you …

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Quand tout le reste échoue (ou avant alors)

This year I’ve made a concerted effort to either shop locally or give handmade gifts for the holidays. This hasn’t been easy, considering that I have a large, extended family that includes second-cousins, and great-nieces and -nephews, in-laws, stepparents and siblings, all of which celebrate with gifts. But rather than complaining about how many parties …

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Bienvenue sur le réseau d'artistes récemment redessiné!

I’m thrilled to announce that artistmagazine.com has been redesigned to better meet your needs. As I’m sure you know, more and more people are going online via smartphones as opposed to desktop or laptop computers. To make it easier for you to access our step-by-step drawing demonstrations, painting lessons, and art galleries, we’ve updated the …

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Notions préconçues et trois façons d'apprendre l'art

Recently we’ve been featuring many of our on-sale magazines, our newest books, and our art kits, but I wanted to make sure that you were also aware of the online instruction that artistmagazine offers. It can be difficult to attend classes in person, and so streaming workshops may be an ideal option for you. Here …

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John Salminen et Golden Watercolors: essai routier

Known for its acrylics, the Golden Artist Colors launches a new line of watercolors.  This article is from The Artist’s Magazine (July/August 2014). Subscribe, for 10 full issues of instruction per year, or read the entire issue for more great art and tips.   Golden Artist Colors has developed a line of watercolors, called QoR Modern Watercolor. Given the fact that there’s already …

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Lorsque votre travail est utilisé par quelqu'un d'autre: droit d'auteur et Internet

It would be an understatement to say that the internet has changed the way we do things. While it’s made our lives better, it has also helped blur the lines and art hasn’t been exempt from this shift. There was a time when people didn’t know any better when it came to grabbing screenshots and images and …

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Téléchargement gratuit | Art de la nature morte

This free download, from Artists Network, features stunning still life fine art and the artists’ stories behind the creation of each the featured still lifes. Best Still Life Painting Techniques and Stories that Inspire, tells the stories of award-winning still life oil, still life watercolor, and other still life fine art from The Artist’s Magazine’s Annual Art …

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Les gagnants de Strokes of Genius 7 sont annoncés

Congratulations to the 118 artists selected for North Light Books’ 2014 drawing competition Strokes of Genius 7: Depth, Dimension + Space! If you see your name below, please check your email accounts (and junk boxes) for instructions on next steps. You will receive an email from us with the subject line “Strokes 7 Winner Notification” …

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Téléchargement gratuit | Techniques d'ombrage au crayon

A Free Guide to Pencil Shading Techniques for Beginning Artists, from Artists Network, is chalk full of shading” techniques> to help you take your art to the next level. Shading adds depth, character, and emotion to your drawing. Shading is what differentiates an amateur drawing from a fully expressive piece of art. In this guide to shading art, …

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Passons au numérique – Une vente spéciale d'Halloween pour les ateliers d'art en ligne

Let’s just get this out of the way right now: Happy Halloween! There. I’ve said it. Now we can move on. Seriously, all humor aside, I do hope that if you celebrate this holiday, it’s filled with delicious sweets and entertaining costumes! Halloween is one of my favorite holidays, and you can bet that I’m …

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Still Life Art et le projet communautaire Artistes

Calling all artists! We want to build an even stronger community with you. At Artists Network we connect artists with ideas, inspiration, and instruction by bringing you art articles, art education, and art contests, and we’re always adding more. Now we’re introducing the Artists Community Project to connect with you, and help you connect with others. Hands Across America by Scott Royston, …

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Avril 2015 Artiste du mois | Sandra Kuck

Congratulations to our April Artist of the Month, Sandra Kuck! She was a finalist in The Artist’s Magazine‘s Annual Art Competition. Her painting Yvonne (If by RK) is below. Keep scrolling to see what Kuck has to say about her process, her family and what she’s learned throughout her career! Boca Raton, FL www.lookinggoodlicensing.com/lgl/SKuck_Bio.html Yvonne (If by RK) (oil on canvas, 36×34) …

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Mai 2015 Artiste du mois | Grace Mehan DeVito

Congratulations to our May Artist of the Month, Grace Mehan DeVito! She was a finalist in The Artist’s Magazine‘s Annual Art Competition! Her painting Pomegranate and Vines is below. Keep scrolling to read more about what inspires DeVito and what she hopes to do in the future as an artist! Stamford, CT ~ www.gracedevito.com Pomegranate and Vines (oil on …

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Juin 2015 Artiste du mois | Ajay Brainard

Congratulations to our June Artist of the Month, Ajay Brainard! He was a finalist in The Artist’s Magazine‘s Annual Art Competition! His painting Every Thing Reminds Me Of You is below. Keep scrolling to read more about the thought process behind each work of art and what his very first art project was! Visit the artist’s website at www.ajaybrainard.com Every Thing …

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Juillet 2015 Artiste du mois | John Bayalis

Congratulations to our July Artist of the Month, John Bayalis! He was a finalist in The Artist’s Magazine‘s Annual Art Competition! His painting Awake is below. Keep scrolling to read more about the artist’s process and which medium he prefers above all others! St. Petersburg, FL ~ www.bayalistudio.com Awake (watercolor, 30×22) I’ve been interested in art for as long as …

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Si des artistes écrivaient des chansons country…

Here at artistmagazine.com, we love art humor and funny artist jokes just as much as the next person! Even though you’re probably used to coming here for the painting%C2%A0tips” and drawing advice>, we hope you’ll get a kick out of this list of fake country song titles. Saddle up, and enjoy! I Keep a Close Watch …

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Extrait vidéo de The Artist’s Mag (déc 2015)

Check out this video preview of our new issue of The Artist’s Magazine! It’s chock-full of helpful tips, instruction and most importantly, the inspiration you need to get to work on your own masterpieces! If you enjoyed this video preview, make sure you pick up your copy of The Artist’s Magazine’s December issue on newsstands, through …

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Lettres à la rédaction: les lecteurs ont parlé

As published in the April 2016 issue of The Artist’s Magazine, a few readers shared their grievances with our coverage of abstract artist Hildy Maze (“In Tune With Time,” January/February 2016) through letters to the editor. We’ve since received so many letters in response to and in favor of featuring nonobjective art that we’ve decided to shares …

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Sculptures et art de la pollution des océans

One Man’s Ocean Pollution Is Another’s Sculptures Artist Angela Haseltine Pozzi and the Washed Ashore movement create environmental awareness out of ocean debris and litter in the form of sculptures. by McKenzie Graham A vacation on the beach is an iconic American getaway. Visions of cottages, crumbling sand castles, zinc-smeared noses and pristine beaches are …

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Au-delà de la figure: comment le peintre à l'huile Nathan Seay intègre l'atmosphère dans son travail

In the November 2016 issue of The Artist’s Magazine we get to know oil painter Nathan Seay, who strives to look beyond the figure and consider how the sitter fits into the world around him. Read Seay’s own words below about his process and how his travels changed his art. Just Tea (oil on canvas, 36×48) …

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De la grisaille à la couleur: démonstration d'huile avec Dan Thompson

As seen in The Artist’s Magazine’s March issue, Dan Thompson walks us through his oil demo with a deep concentration on grisaille. FROM GRISAILLE TO COLOR by Dan Thompson 1. Open grisaille: I had the honor of painting Jack in Studio Six of The Art Students League of New York. This was the room of Kenneth …

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Faites connaissance avec le peintre à l'huile Glenn Harren

Oil painter Glenn Harren shares with The Artist’s Magazine his process and inspiration. The Thompsons (oil on canvas, 60×50) by Glenn Harren I started studying art in junior high, and when I was able to drive, I studied in private studios around Pennsylvania. I went to artist and teacher Nelson Shanks, who sent me to study …

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Démonstration d’un portrait à l’huile en 4 parties avec Katie O’Hagan

Katie O’Hagan walks us through this oil portait demo in 4 easy-to-follow steps. ~ 1. Starting with the Eye: As usual,  I start with the eye. Prussian blue is a recent addition to my palette; I use it mainly when painting the white part of the eye, which requires the tiniest amount of the color. …

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Comment l'amour nous inspire | Graphite et Collage avec Patricia Schappler

Patricia Schappler | Graphite and Collage Patricia Schappler’s graphite and collage work gave us pause during last year’s Annual Art Competition. We wanted to get to know the artist a little bit better—what she loves about art, what inspires her to create, and her unique ability to trust the art to take her into directions …

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Le feuillage est la cerise au sommet de vos peintures de paysages

Spruce Up Your Landscape Paintings Regardless of the season, adding foliage effects can take your landscape paintings to the next level of success. And, when it comes to seasonal foliage, I love it all. I am equally entranced by the lively greens of spring and summer foliage as I am with the rich oranges, golds …

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Dans les coulisses de nos 4 nouveaux looks artistiques

A New Orbit, Good Friends Join Us and the Artists Network Relaunch Everyone looks at change differently but here at Artists Network, we love it. Mostly because as artists we know that beautiful things (and usually paint-splattered jeans) come out of creative chaos. I want to take this opportunity to bring you behind the scenes …

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La montée et la chute de la peinture nacrée

Written by John Eischeid Illustration by Matt Rota An Iconic Art World Empire… The name still glows in neon just off Canal Street in New York City, though now obscured by window glare. The glass on the doors reflects late-model, luxury SUVs as the words “Pearl Paint” smolder in red and white beneath the vans’ …

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Voici une expérience de palette limitée que vous devez essayer

At first glance, a limited palette may seem like a crutch to your creativity. Why use less when there’s an entire world of color out there at your fingertips? Below, Kathleen McDonnell shares with Artists Magazine just how we can take one landscape and make it new with a different, limited palette. With this experiment, you can …

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Servir un plat d'art sucré

We Hope You’re Hungry Artists Magazine presented students at Maryland Institute College of Art with a challenge: On a plain white dinner plate, create an interpretation of a dessert. The artists, members of a Fine Art Illustration class taught by Matt Rota, eagerly took this prompt in different directions. They worked in a variety of materials — …

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L'évolution du dessin: les meilleurs trucs et astuces de l'histoire

Figure Drawing Methods of the Masters There’s been a huge resurgence of interest in the practice of academic figure drawing, accompanied by much debate about the best way to draw the figure in a “classical manner.” Although it may seem impossible to add anything new in this field, below artist Robert Zeller shares an approach that …

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Trop jolie pour manger! L'art du gâteau enchanteur de Ron Ben-Israel

The Careful Craft of Cake Art In an old shoe factory in New York City’s Garment District, Ron Ben-Israel kneads bright-orange sugar paste. The paste is thick, almost like clay, which he flattens with a roller and cuts with a mold into the shape of a flower. A very artistic sensibility: To be imperfect is to …

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Pétale de Pétale | Comment peindre une rose

8 Steps to Your First Rose Painting Artists who want to grow their flower-painting skills can learn a lot from painting what Katie G. Whipple calls “floral portraits” — studies of single blooms, painted from life, petal by petal. With this approach, you slow down! You observe the beautiful nuances of a particular flower, truly …

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Un artiste recrée la célèbre peinture de Van Gogh à l'aide d'une technique de papier découpé

Irises by Vincent van Gogh, 1890, oil on canvas; The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. “How right it is to love flowers. … They have been with us from the very beginning.” — Vincent van Gogh Spring is still a few months away but flowers are utmost on our minds, which is why we asked …

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Le fleuriste du Met crée des expositions dignes des maîtres hollandais

Flowers Forever Photo by Manuel Rodriguez What catches your eye first are the flowers. The opulent affairs spill out of niches high above the heads of the crowds streaming into the Great Hall of The Metropolitan Museum of Art, in New York City. Lovingly called “the Met,” it is the largest art museum in the …

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Mise en place d'une nature morte réussie

Still Life with Figs and Plums by Luis Egidio Meléndez Still lifes have been a go-to genre for artists over hundreds of years. And when it comes to creating a successful still life composition is key. Whether you’re a beginner artist wanting to master your first still life composition or a more advanced artist looking for …

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Croquis pendant que vous attendez | La réponse de l’artiste à l’ennui de l’aéroport

How to Sketch without Being Sketchy Waiting at the airport for a flight can be quite a boring and tedious experience, which most of us are unfortunately familiar with. But airport layovers don’t have to feel like a waste of time — especially for artists. Below, Michael Chesley Johnson shares a few tips and tricks for …

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Guide du débutant à l’aquarelle | Peindre des fleurs et au-delà

Beginner Watercolor Tips for Painting Flowers Just starting out in watercolor? Need a refresher? Or want to spruce up your skills for painting watercolor flowers? Below, botanical artist and instructor Adele Rossetti Morosini shares advice for getting started with florals as well as great beginner watercolor essentials, regardless of subject matter. Enjoy! Daisies, Rachael Fritz/Unsplash …

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Seulement six étapes pour exposer de dignes portraits au crayon

This Quick Demo with Graphite Makes Drawing Portraits Look Easy Pencil plus paper. That’s all it takes to create an exhibition-worthy piece of art. That is, if you understand the power of pencil portraits. I’m excited to show you how one can come together in just six steps, under the deft touch of artist Nicholas …

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Planter des graines d'inspiration pour l'art floral

Cultivate Your Floral Art Skills It’s April, and you know what they say about this month: “April showers bring May flowers.” And flowers are perfect art subjects. They are beautiful, plentiful and able to “pose” for hours without a break. The forms, colors and textures of flowers delight and challenge. And, whatever your preferred genre …

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10 meilleures villes d'art pour les créatifs, les créateurs et plus

“Art is to the community what the dream is to the individual.”Thomas Mann Destination Art, Here We Come! Artists and their respective art cities often feel like they are one in the same. When one thinks of Monet, what comes to mind is his garden in Giverny. Georgia O’Keeffe conjures up the desert wildflowers of …

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Des vies immobiles au bord du gouffre

Artists in both Western and Eastern traditions have long used still lifes to explore possibilities of space, composition and perspective. Below, Kenneth J. Procter, artist represented by Alan Avery Art Company in Atlanta and the dean of the College of Arts and Sciences at Georgia College, explores what makes seven still lifes so remarkably recognizable. …

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Retraites d'artistes | Prendre du temps pour vous et votre art

In the fast-paced world we live in, endless errands, innumerable emails and relentless to-do lists demand our attention. But finding time to break away every now and again to unwind is crucial if we want to keep growing as artists. One way to unwind and renew is through artist retreats and workshops. Stepping back from …

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Star Wars Art: Comment Carl Samson a peint un portrait à l'huile de Padmé

Faced with the challenge of creating a Star Wars-themed art for the book Star Wars Art: Visions by George Lucas (foreword) and J.W. Rinzler (introduction), artist Carl Samson decided to paint a portrait of Padmé (Queen Amidala) in oil with gold leaf on wood panel. And, lucky for us, he explains his step-by-step process for how he …

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La quête d’une femme pour sauver le monde de l’art, une peinture à la fois

Whether the art was created by the Old Masters or by modern artists, Suzanne Siano is a master of art conservation. Her mission: to preserve art history, one painting at a time. Siano cares about art conservation as much as the creators do — if not more. And she is a trailblazer in the art world …

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Des artistes primés de plus de 60 ans expliquent pourquoi l’âge n’est pas autre chose qu’un chiffre

Over and Above | 10 Award-Winning Artists Over 60 When it comes to making art, one key rule of thumb to always keep in mind: It’s never too late (or too early for that matter) to start your artistic journey. This is one of the many reasons we love the Over 60 Art Competition, which …

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Apprendre les bases de la perspective linéaire

Linear perspective is a crucial but sometimes intimidating topic for artists, especially beginners. But don’t let nailing the fundamentals keep you from creating better drawings and paintings. Below, artist Patrick Connors shares his expert advice, offers easy tips and demonstrates a quick drawing exercise on the basic principles of linear perspective. Take what you learn …

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Célébrer les villes américaines les plus artistiques

The Making of ‘Art City Mural’ After creating “Art City, USA,” a list of the 10 best art cities in the U.S. for artists, creatives, makers and art-enthusiasts alike — based on five key attributes: affordable housing, artists’ enclaves, museums and galleries, bookstores and cafes, and inspiring environment — we wanted to incorporate the top …

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Montrant la fierté: artistes LGBTQ dans l'histoire

Celebrating LGBTQ Artists Imagine a time when identifying as LGBTQ (Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer/Questioning) wasn’t just socially unacceptable, but was also worthy of a prison sentence. Such was the case around the globe, and remains true today in some parts of the world. To celebrate Pride Month, we take a look back on a …

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Peindre avec les verts | Combinaison de 4 couleurs pour le vert parfait

DIY Fields of Greens with Helen Oh You can make a wide range of greens with just a few pigments. In fact, the fewer colors mixed, the better. Why? The more colors mixed together, the muddier the result. Here we’ll look at a few different color combinations that will get you that perfect green. And …

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Paradise City: artistes explorateurs à Venti, Inde

With the Paradise City series, we take an artful spin around cities near and far that lure us with their sights and history, delicious and unique food, interesting happenings and (of course!), amazing art experiences! In the past, we’ve visited Santa Barbara, California and this time we explore the wonders of Puri, India, with artist, …

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Effacer la stigmatisation Street Art | Pourquoi peindre dans les rues

The Fine Art of Street Art There was a time, not long ago, when street art was believed to be the work of derelicts, unruly hooligans with a clear disrespect for the city in which they lived. This is an unfair generalization. The works of these artisans are breathtaking in their own right. But they …

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Artiste, dites-nous ce que l'art signifie pour vous

Take the artistmagazine Artist & Maker Survey Tell us your thoughts in the artistmagazine Artist & Maker Survey.  Artists, we want to better understand the role art and making art plays in your life. Your feedback to our artist survey will help us to better meet the needs of artists on their creative journey just like you. …

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Regard sur l'excellence | Lauréats du 35e Concours d'art annuel du Magazine Artistes

Year after year, the Annual Art Competition gives Artists Magazine the opportunity to showcase outstanding contemporary artists from around the world. Traditionally, this competition awards work in five categories: Abstract/Experimental Animal/Wildlife Landscape Portrait/Figure Still Life/Interior In this landmark 35th year, we added a grand prize winner selected from the first-place winners in the five categories. …

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La tendance la plus chaude de l'art contemporain: le doigt

Humans are drawn to texture–for many of us, we have to touch something to really experience it. That’s why fingerpainting is making such a comeback. Until now, artists have only enjoyed the sense of smell (paints and materials), taste (let’s face it, everyone’s tried edible paint), sound (the brushstrokes are soothing against a canvas), and …

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1915 Le film capture Pierre-Auguste Renoir au travail

This morning a bright, painterly light was cast on my rainy drive to work. Playing on NPR’s Morning Edition was a story about impressionist painter Pierre-Auguste Renoir. A new film titled Renoir was given a rave review, and a little known secret was also revealed: the real Renoir was captured on film in 1915! Click …

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Paysages: Trouver une référence de photo parfaite

I’m in near-constant awe of the beauty that’s found in our world; and I’m grateful that I’ve been able to travel as much as I have, mostly for family vacations, sometimes on road trips with friends, and fewer times on work-related events. Just recently I went to Mammoth Cave in Kentucky, where I drove through …

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Peinture du jour de la terre | Célébrer la nature

One of my favorite new sayings is that the “earth” without “art” is just “eh.” If you’re friends with us on Facebook, you may have seen our recent invitation to post your nature-inspired artwork on our wall in celebration of Earth Day. There were some beautiful images to choose from, and the one we settled …

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Nouveau! À propos de Tomie dePaola, auteur et illustrateur de livres pour enfants

Maureen Bloomfield, Editor-in-Chief of The Artist’s Magazine, is today’s guest editor. Walking back from a teachers’ conference, I mentioned to Jane and Will Hillenbrand, whose son is in school with my daughter, that one of my dearest dreams was to publish an article on Tomie dePaola. Will, who is himself an award-winning illustrator of children’s …

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La somme de toutes les parties | Inspiré par Elizabeth Tolley

Interconnectedness is something that I think about a lot. On a broad level, this is the case whether the connections are among people or within nature; more specifically, I see connectivity on the highway as drivers move their vehicles in and out of lanes, leading them to their various destinations. Today, my car brought me …

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Téléchargement gratuit | Superbe Nature Morte Art

This free download, from Artists Network, features stunning still life fine art and the artists’ stories behind the creation of each the featured still lifes. Best Still Life Painting Techniques and Stories that Inspire, tells the stories of award-winning still life oil, still life watercolor, and other still life fine art from The Artist’s Magazine’s Annual Art …

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Des artistes primés de plus de 60 ans expliquent pourquoi l’âge n’est rien mais un chiffre

Over and Above | 10 Award-Winning Artists Over 60 When it comes to making art, one key rule of thumb to always keep in mind: It’s never too late (or too early for that matter) to start your artistic journey. This is one of the many reasons we love the Over 60 Art Competition, which …

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La montée et la chute de la peinture perle

Written by John Eischeid Illustration by Matt Rota An Iconic Art World Empire… The name still glows in neon just off Canal Street in New York City, though now obscured by window glare. The glass on the doors reflects late-model, luxury SUVs as the words “Pearl Paint” smolder in red and white beneath the vans’ …

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Jour de la terre peinture | Célébrer la nature

Une de mes nouvelles paroles préférées est que la “Terre” sans “art” n’est que “hein”. Si vous êtes amis avec nous sur Facebook , vous avez peut-être vu notre récente invitation à publier sur votre mur vos œuvres inspirées par la nature. célébration du jour de la terre . Il y avait quelques belles images …

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Un artiste recrée la célèbre peinture Van Gogh à l'aide d'une technique de papier découpé

Iris de Vincent van Gogh, 1890, huile sur toile; Le Metropolitan Museum of Art, à New York. “Comme il est juste d’aimer les fleurs. … Ils sont avec nous depuis le tout début. ”- Vincent van Gogh Le printemps est encore à quelques mois, mais les fleurs sont notre principale préoccupation. C’est pourquoi nous avons …

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Des artistes primés âgés de plus de 60 ans montrent pourquoi pourquoi ne pas vieillir

Au-dessus de | 10 artistes primés de plus de 60 ans Quand il s’agit de faire de l’art, une règle de base à garder toujours à l’esprit: il n’est jamais trop tard (ni trop tôt d’ailleurs) pour commencer votre voyage artistique . C’est l’une des nombreuses raisons pour lesquelles nous aimons le concours d’art des …

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Des artistes primés de plus de 60 ans expliquent pourquoi l’âge n’est pas un chiffre

Au-dessus de | 10 artistes primés de plus de 60 ans Quand il s’agit de faire de l’art, une règle de base à garder toujours à l’esprit: il n’est jamais trop tard (ni trop tôt d’ailleurs) pour commencer votre voyage artistique . C’est l’une des nombreuses raisons pour lesquelles nous aimons le concours d’art des …

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Regard sur l'excellence | Gagnants du 35e Concours d'art annuel du Magazine Artistes

Année après année, le concours artistique annuel offre au magazine Artists l’opportunité de présenter des artistes contemporains exceptionnels du monde entier. Ce concours récompense traditionnellement les travaux dans cinq catégories: Abstrait / Expérimental Animal / Faune Paysage Portrait / Figure Nature Morte / Intérieur Au cours de cette 35e année historique, nous avons ajouté un …

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Passons au numérique – Une vente spéciale Halloween pour les ateliers d’art en ligne

Éliminons cela maintenant: Joyeux Halloween! Là. Je l’ai dit Maintenant nous pouvons continuer. Sérieusement, tout humour mis à part, j’espère que si vous célébrez cette fête, elle sera remplie de délicieux bonbons et de costumes amusants! L’Halloween est l’une de mes vacances préférées, et vous pouvez parier que je meurs d’envie d’assister à ces fêtes …

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Sketch pendant que vous attendez | La réponse de l’artiste à l’ennui de l’aéroport

Comment esquisser sans être sommaire Attendre un vol à l’aéroport peut être une expérience ennuyeuse et fastidieuse, que la plupart d’entre nous connaissent malheureusement. Mais les escales d’aéroports ne doivent pas nécessairement être ressenties comme une perte de temps, surtout pour les artistes. Ci-dessous, Michael Chesley Johnson donne quelques conseils et astuces pour utiliser ce …

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Démo huile: Peinture Nu dans la nature

Dans cette démonstration, Gregg Kreutz revient sur le site de l’atelier Nude in Nature de 2015 et, avec le même modèle, posant comme elle l’avait fait pendant le cours de Kreutz, il a peint cette étude. ~ 1. Positionnement: Premièrement, Kreutz établit une approximation grossière de la forme générale du modèle. La question en litige …

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Gagnants de Strokes of Genius 7 annoncés

Félicitations aux 118 artistes sélectionnés pour le concours de dessins 2014 de North Light Books, Strokes of Genius 7: Profondeur, dimension + espace ! Si vous voyez votre nom ci-dessous, veuillez vérifier vos comptes de messagerie (et vos boîtes de courrier indésirable) pour obtenir des instructions sur les étapes suivantes. Vous recevrez un e-mail de …

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Webinaire gratuit sur les médias mixtes | Carnets de voyage

Les ciseaux à papier chiffon sont l’endroit où les artistes de différents médias viennent jouer! Carnets de voyages: trouver des lieux de plein air et de l’inspiration à tout moment avec Jacqueline Newbold Le temps chaud arrive! Il est temps de prendre vos revues d’art à l’extérieur et en vacances. Jacqueline Newbold, experte en peinture …

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