“It has nothing to do with thinking, it has only to do with feeling.” Artist Eva Deustch Costabel has been using color to express her emotions for over 60 years. A classically trained painter from Zagreb turned Abstract Expressionist provocateur under the tutelage of Franz Kline, Eva continues to create work from her studio in…
Mark Crilley, an illustrator and author, has amazing drawing skills that he showcases in this video as he creates not-so simple drawings of a torn playing card. Enjoy!
Philip Scott Johnson took portrait painting depictions of women spanning 500 years of Western art and assembled them into this incredible animation video. It makes you realize how many amazing portrait artists are out there and how beautiful and powerful their work is–and has been–for centuries. Enjoy! Click here for a complete list of artists…
Bob Ross was known for his painting workshop television show, Joy of Painting, in which he delivered step by step painting instruction in a soft-spoken and incredibly supportive manner. Here’s a remix of a video, Happy Painter, recently put out by PBS. Enjoy!
Could this be true? Well not yet, but artist Patrick Tresset has made a robot that will draw your portrait. Luckily it doesn’t do nearly a great a job as some of our artists out there, but maybe you should be a little nicer to your Roomba this week just in case.
Do you remember Jon Gnagy!? He was the Bob Ross of his time. Or should I say Bob Ross was the Jon Gnagy of his time. He brought the art of drawing into America’s living rooms way back before I was even a glint in my mother’s eye. Enjoy this clip as he shows us…
Need a little nostalgia today? Check out Bob Ross as he paints his happy trees.
Rembrandt painted only one nautical painting and this may be the closest any of us get to it. See why!
Erica Hirshler, Senior Curator at the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston, discusses the painting lessons to be learned from John Singer Sargent, in his work, “The Daughters of Edward Darley Boit.”
A fun video showing Holton Rower’s process for his Tall Paintings. He doesn’t use a painting brush or put oil on canvas.
Mary Whyte is a watercolor painter whose latest watercolor art has been devoted to drawing and painting the people who live and work around her.