Thanks to a good Samaritan in New Mexico, Woman-Ochre by Willem de Kooning has finally returned to the University of Arizona Museum of Art.
Learn the story of how communist and Mexican muralist David Alfaro Siqueiros’ Experimental Workshop influenced the iconic art of Jackson Pollock.
When sketching on the go, you’re usually painting small. But does that mean a study can’t be a painting?
Mysterious Art Heists That Remain Unsolved In my free time, I bum around the Federal Bureau of Investigation website because, really, who doesn’t? Despite being a bit clunky, it is surprisingly light on intimidation and yields plenty of true-crime gems. There are rundowns on public corruption, cyber crime, counterintelligence and the FBI’s Top Ten Art…
Brandywine River Museum of Art’s “Andrew Wyeth: In Retrospect” could change what you think about popular artist Andrew Wyeth.
Four things you didn’t know about Joan Miro, Ernest Hemmingway and being BBFs.
Creating art for commissions can supplement your income and lead to solid relationships with collectors. Here are five critical rules to follow to ensure success.
How well do you know the life and art of Neo Plasticist and Dutch master, Piet Mondrian?
Delve deeper into why Vincent van Gogh painted so many sunflowers.
Creating the effect of rainfall doesn’t have to be a daunting task. Artist Vladimir Tuporshin shows you a simple way to make it rain in watercolor!
Plein air artists John Hulsey and Ann Trusty love their dogs. Here’s how their canine companions enhance their art-making process.
Painting Lessons for Powerful Shapes & Forms Composition is king! But the ‘how’ of that ascension to the throne starts with basic steps–simple things you can do to put your painting’s design on the right path. Here are seven painting lessons in the basic areas you should take into account when designing your composition for…