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Artiste du mois d'octobre | Yael Maimon

Congratulations to our October artist of the month, Yael Maimon! She was a finalist in The Artist’s Magazine’s 30th Annual Art Competition. Her fairytale-inspired painting, One Way Ticket to Wonderland, is below. Keep scrolling to see what Maimon has to say about art and life. Ashkelon, Israel ~ www.yaelmaimon.com One Way Ticket to Wonderland (pastel, 16×22) by Yael Maimon …

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Extrait vidéo du Magazine de l’artiste (juin)!

Watch a video preview of The Artist’s Magazine‘s June issue below. The June issue features artwork from some of the most prominent artists working today! These paintings are only a preview, so make sure to pick” up the issue> for inspiration and tips to use in your own practice. If you enjoyed this video preview, make …

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Gregory Halili: miniatures à l'aquarelle

This interview with watercolor artist Gregory Halili, conducted by Sarah A. Strickley, first appeared in the December 2007 issue of Watercolor” artist>. Constellation IV (upper left), Constellation XI (upper right), Constellation XII (lower left), Constellation XVII (lower right); all watercolor, 1-3/4×1-1/2 inches, by Gregory Halili   In the artistic tradition, horror vacui (pronounced vack’wee) is the …

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Le défi et la gloire de peindre NY Times Square

I was lucky enough to visit New York City earlier this year and, having been there, I can honestly say that the idea of painting a scene of Times Square is overwhelming. Just thinking of the area, I remember the energetic atmosphere. Everywhere I looked were lights, people and cars. The movement didn’t stop, and …

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New York City, pris sur une toile | Conseils de peinture et inspiration

About a year ago I went on a weekend trip with some friends to visit New York City, specifically to see a Broadway show. Coming from the rolling hills of Kentucky, I can only describe Manhattan as somewhat surreal. From my brief time there, I know now why so many are in love with it, …

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Au-delà du street art | Comment ArtWorks aide les artistes

In the October 2016 issue of The Artist’s Magazine, we talk with Colleen Houston, the Vice President of Programs and Operations at ArtWorks in Cincinnati, Ohio. Best known for the more than 100 street art murals, the non-profit organization does much more than simply beautify the Queen City outwardly. Read what Houston has to say about ArtWorks and …

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Texture de la peinture | Comment créer une architecture réaliste dans votre art

Want to create realistic buildings and architectural details in your paintings? In this simple step-by-step art demonstration, artist Andrew S. Conklin shows how to add realistic architecture in your artwork by painting texture in an art-deco style. Enjoy! Art Architecture | Painting Texture, Step-by-step A brush full of oil paint is a much different tool …

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Optez pour la lueur! | Peintures acryliques luminescentes et Tom Bacher

Using luminescent acrylic paints, Tom Bacher paints landscapes and portraits with spectacular lighting effects. He combines different brands of fluorescent and phosphorescent paints to achieve the look he wants for various elements in paintings that incorporate the elements of time and change, such as “New York City,” below. New York City Painting “New York City”  …

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