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  • Getting Trashed

    I've heard of painting for yourself, for school, for work, but painting for the trash can?! Artist and watercolor painting instructor Jean Haines explains why working this way isn't rubbish at all. Enjoy! The aim of being an artist is to create. But with this desire of creating wonderful paintings...
    Posted to Artist Daily by Courtney Jordan on 26 Aug 2014
    Filed under: How To Paint, watercolor painting, Art
  • Don't Forget to Look Behind You

    When walking through a landscape looking for that magical spot that compels you to stop to sketch or put up your plein air easel, don't forget to look behind you (and not for muggers, but the view!). Stop regularly, turn around and consider the view in a direction other than what's been straight...
    Posted to Plein Air Blog by Marion Boddy-Evans on 25 Aug 2014
    Filed under: Plein Air, How to Paint, Landscape Drawing, Art
  • The Long, Hot Summer

    The light of summer is a powerful and extreme thing. Getting effects of extreme darks and stark, searing lights is not something every painter can do. There's an acuteness of vision that must come into play to see the color that resides in the light as well. When I look at the work of pastel painting...
    Posted to Artist Daily by Courtney Jordan on 24 Aug 2014
    Filed under: Drawing, plein air, How To Paint, landscape painting, Pastel, Landscape Drawing, Art
  • 3 Paintings I'd Take in a Heartbeat

    Unknown Woman by Thomas Wilmer Dewing, 1890, pastel painting on paper. I love the effects and colors you can get with pastel paintings . . . at least I do now. It wasn't too long ago that I felt like I had some kind of weird complex where I could appreciate the work but I couldn't really see...
    Posted to Artist Daily by Courtney Jordan on 21 Aug 2014
    Filed under: Drawing, How To Paint, figure drawing, Painting, Pastel, Drawing Basics, Art
  • Drawing and Painting Together

    This is another complicated charcoal drawing, one done by an artist completing her first level of study at Studio Incamminati. I have shown it in three stages, ranging from the beginning of the drawing process to the end. The light is from the front right, and the subjects include metal and glass objects...
    Posted to The Drawing Blog by judith St. Ledger - Roty on 20 Aug 2014
    Filed under: drawing, art, Drawing Basics, how to draw, still life, How to Paint, Charcoal Drawing
  • Corticosteroids

    Corticosteroids
    Posted to Member Gallery by kostadin on 7 Aug 2014
    Filed under: art, abstract, kostadindinkostov, medicine
  • Compositional study from Rubens

    study pencil and ink paper
    Posted to Member Gallery by kostadin on 2 Aug 2014
    Filed under: art, ink, kostadinkostov, yahoo, pencil &
  • some critique please about my new oil painting!

    Hi, would like to have some reviews about my latest abstract oil painting, size 70cmx100cm. the idea of the painting came from bright summer days, when nature is full of colors. I've been painting with oil for couple of months now and absolutely love it, still got so much to learn. Looking forward...
    Posted to Critique My Artwork by Ivita on 30 Jul 2014
  • Are you looking for ARTS?

    Hello All, The mighty deserts represent the power of infinity, where you don’t get to see the finish line but are always encouraged to find one. This artwork is those people who love exploring the sands. http://creativedee.com/shop/dalia-alwan/desert-voices-3/
    Posted to Critique My Artwork by Sheshu on 24 Jul 2014
  • Re: Drawing advices for coloring pencils?

    Hello, im somewhat new to colored pencil aswell. Ive learned a lot from blogs, youtube, and trial and error. First I bought a small set of prismacolor primere colored pencils from my local art store, later on I bought a set of 72 from amozon. Also, try to find some blending stumps and the prismacolor...
    Posted to Beginners by lindseyd976 on 6 Jul 2014
  • Drawing Advice for a Beginner?

    I'm pretty sure I would be considered a beginner because I don't really know much about art. Now, I sort of have 2 or 3 questions. Number 1: What kind of art style is it if I like draw animals and nature and stuff? And do you know of any artists with similar drawing types that I can like follow...
    Posted to Beginners by Jiya_Saeed on 28 Jun 2014
  • I Need Art Advice

    After starting to get back into drawing I thought I'd post some videos on youtube to see what other people thought, I know it's not that good but I really wanted some advice on how to improve, however as I suspected, my channel hasn't really taken off with very few views in the couple of...
    Posted to Beginners by Bouy_ on 26 Jun 2014
  • "Air"

    watercolor on paper 38/28 cm, 2012
    Posted to Member Gallery by Lukyanovart on 19 Aug 2012
    Filed under: landscape, art, painting, impressionism, watercolour, painter, aquarelle, lukyanov
  • "After sleeping"

    watercolor on paper 38/28 cm, 2012
    Posted to Member Gallery by Lukyanovart on 6 Apr 2012
    Filed under: landscape, art, painting, impressionism, watercolour, painter, aquarelle, lukyanov
  • Bear Talisman is oil on canvas, 40" x 30".

    Bear Talisman is oil on canvas, 40" x 30".The painting is a plains Indian wearing eagle feathers and a beaded shirt He hold a shield on which is painted a bear. There is also a beaded talisman with a bear claw. The talisman is said to give the shield bearer the attributes of The Bear : Strength...
    Posted to Member Gallery by K. Henderson Fine Art on 20 Jul 2009
    Filed under: art, Oil painting, Native American, fine art, art for sale, bear, warrior, american indian, eyes, plains Indian, eagle feather, southwest
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