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Éléments essentiels pour peindre le paysage | Avec l'artiste Johannes Vloothuis

It’s said that to experience the present, view yourself as an outsider would, as if you were an actor in a movie scene. This is a fun way to look at life, and to force yourself to notice your surroundings when otherwise you might not; what do you hear, see, feel? Sometimes we don’t need …

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C’est un renouveau artistique! Obtenez excité avec cette technique

Negative painting is a hot topic these days, and so the powers-that-be at North Light Shop have decided to offer a special selection of Linda Kemp’s DVDs and books in this exclusive offer. Her passion for this style is evident: “Working in the negative is all about shape-making! The process requires that the artist becomes …

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Everett Raymond Kinstler: Souvenirs dans son studio du club national des arts

by Louise B. Hafesh Sitting comfortably in the antechamber of Everett Raymond Kinstler’s Gramercy Park studio in Manhattan, I felt an overwhelming sense of the significance of the place and its current inhabitant’s contribution to the art world. Kinstler’s studio at the National Arts Club in New York City was once the studio of Frank …

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Aller sous la surface: comment peindre de l'eau

Water is mesmerizing, and never ceases to amaze with its beauty and dynamic nature, which is why we’ve put together this exclusive e-magazine on how to paint water: Painting Water With Oil, Watercolor, and Pastel. Featured artist Charlene Gerrish is attracted to the reflections of water surfaces. “In many of my watercolor paintings of water,” she …

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Un tableau représentant «au-delà de ce monde»

One painting in particular keeps grabbing my attention as I go through The Artist’s Magazine’s December issue, which features the winners of the 30th Annual” art competition>. Extasis by John Jude Palencar claimed first place in the portrait/figure category, and I’m happy to share it with you here in this article by Editor-in-Chief Maureen Bloomfield. Extasis …

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Une révolution de l'art qui a longtemps été à venir

Today’s blog post features the groundbreaking art movement simply titled Women Painting Women. The movement was founded by Alia El-Bermani, Diane Feissel and Sadie J. Valeri, whose inspiring story is featured in a recent issue of The Artist’s Magazine, and I’m honored to share it with you here. Enjoy! ~Cherie Women Painting Women: (R)evolution by …

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Harold Gregor: Peindre des paysages

This” article by christine proskow first appeared in the october issue of>The Artist’s Magazine. Illinois Flatscape #94 (acrylic, 29×41) by Harold Gregor For more than 30 years, Harold Gregor has not only been painting landscapes but has also dynamically explored the implications and impact of pictorial space in terms of his complex and enduring subject. …

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La vraie joie de peindre en découle: la couleur!

We all have our reasons for making art, and find satisfaction from various aspects of it (not to mention frustration, but that’s another topic). Wilson Bickford says that utilizing color is what brings joy to his painting experience. Before one can find joy from the spectrum, though, one should understand the basic concepts of color …

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Transformez une image en histoire | Peinture de bateaux

There’s something romantic and alluring about paintings of boats. They symbolize freedom and adventure, each one having its own story: where it has been and where it is going. If you’ve been on a boat (at sea, on a river, or a lake), you’ve probably felt that freedom and adventure yourself. It’s hard to think …

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Guide du papier d'art, de la toile et des panneaux: trouvez le support adapté à votre travail

We often hear that when it comes to making art, it’s important to experiment. While I wholeheartedly agree with this, I’ve found from personal experience that it’s much more satisfying and productive to experiment with guidance. I love to play around with different markers, pens, and paints, for example, but it’s so much more helpful …

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Tableau de mélange des couleurs de Birgit O’Connor

Today’s art tip comes from watercolor artist Birgit O’Connor, one of our popular artistmagazine.tv instructors. The following article about using a color mixing chart has great information about the why and how, including a free, downloadable template. Start here, then browse free previews of Birgit’s art video workshops at artistmagazine.tv, where you’ll find more than …

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Tons chair et température de couleur

This article on painting fleshtones, written by Koo Schadler, first appeared in the September 2015 issue of The” artist magazine>.  Although my primary medium is egg tempera, for many years I studied oil painting with Numael Pulido. His portrait of painter Juan Ramírez, Juan (oil on gessoed hardboard panel,14×11), beautifully exemplifies the use of warm and …

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Peinture de paysage: Trouvez des compositions partout où vous regardez

Get insights and techniques for painting the city with Cityscapes: Paint Urban Landscapes in Oil, Acrylic, Watercolor and Pastel. In this new eMagazine, you’ll see how artists such as Mike Barr, Iain Stewart, Constance LaPolombara and Jaye Schlesinger come up with amazing cityscapes that display a wonderful range of styles. Today’s feature is a peek at …

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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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Portraits du Neuf Emanuel: Deuil et Souvenir

Celebrating Life and Mourning Loss We remember the Emanuel Nine through the portraits of nine artists at Charleston, N.C.’s Principle Gallery. On June 17, 2015, a gunman murdered nine parishioners of the Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church in Charleston, S.C. 
To remember these lives, nine artists worked with Principle Gallery 
in Charleston to paint commemorative …

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Faites ceci pour obtenir des yeux réalistes dans vos portraits

Portrait Art That Is Realistic and Compelling Starts Here Have you ever paid attention to how body language expresses an unspoken language? It’s fascinating how even minor movements can send a message of tension, flirtation, or annoyance. While some of this comes from subtle hand gestures or posture, much of it comes from the “windows …

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