Celebrating a New Season of Inspiration

Fall is my favorite season. It’s the season for starting over and discovering something new, harnessing your potential and looking around you with fresh eyes. As an artist it is the perfect time of year to cleanse your “palette” and take on new creative challenges and methods of expression.

The Fall 2013 issue of Inspired features fine art instruction and inspiration from noted artists working in pastel, watermedia, oil and other art media. The issue is delivered in a user-friendly online magazine format with zoom in/zoom out capabilities, web links, imbedded video instruction and more.

The cover of the Fall 2013 issue of Inspired

In the latest issue, you’ll:

  • Learn to implement four color triads to add passionate expression to your paintings
  • Discover how to break free from overly tight precision and embrace wabi-sabi–the Japanese philosophy of finding beauty in imperfection and transience PLUS: A step-by-step demo highlighting a unique mixed-media collage technique
  • Find artist-tested tips and video for painting trees, a landscape painting essential
Awakening by Josy Britton, watercolor painting, 18 3/4 x 13.
Awakening by Josy Britton, watercolor painting, 18 3/4 x 13.

Jerry’s Artarama is the exclusive sponsor of this issue of Inspired, which complements their commitment to providing artists the materials and services we want and need to produce our creative works.

Join me in greeting autumn with a buoyed sense of artistic possibility and the desire to make art that satisfies. It’s not too much to ask and now is definitely the time to get started, so download your copy of Inspired!




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Courtney Jordan

About Courtney Jordan

  Courtney is the editor of Artist Daily. For her, art is one of life’s essentials and a career mainstay. She’s pursued academic studies of the Old Masters of Spain and Italy as well as museum curatorial experience, writing and reporting on arts and culture as a magazine staffer, and acquiring and editing architecture and cultural history books. She hopes to recommit herself to more studio time, too, working in mixed media.