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  • 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
  • hyper realistic oil painting

    jrtvd1UEOTI?list=UUoNrB5zfOEWxws0oie1lhTw video in progress... Hello artists!!! my name is Timi Pall, nice to meet you! I would like to share with you my artwork! please feel free to tell me your opinion! I would be so glad!! thank you!!!
    Posted to Oil by timipall on 14 Aug 2014
  • Let’s Give Them Something to Talk About

    Lucrezia by Francisco Benitez, 30 x 30, encaustic on panel. I recently had a conversation with an artist about how she is struggling to get her drawings and oil paintings noticed by the "art world" and her frustration that she can't seem to get her work out there in front of a wider audience...
    Posted to Artist Daily by Courtney Jordan on 10 Aug 2014
    Filed under: How To Paint, figure painting, Artist Daily, Oil Painting, Painting, Art
  • Ah, Vacation.....Time for More Painting!

    I put aside my oil painting work to take up a sketchbook and watercolors to capture the sights and sounds around me during my trip . If you are a painter, you know that sometimes the best thing to do is get away from it all...and do more painting. I was very blessed this summer to take a wonderful vacation...
    Posted to The Artist's Life by Patricia Watwood on 4 Aug 2014
    Filed under: how to paint, plein air, Painting, Watercolor Painting, Oil Painting, Figure Painting, Art
  • I DESPERATELY NEED AN EVALUATION ON MY ARTWORK

    Would anyone be able to make a quick evaluation of my artwork? Just talk about the tone, positioning in the foreground, middle ground and background and where I made strong/weak choices. It's a view through my blinds.
    Posted to Beginners by bobcatmoo on 4 Aug 2014
  • I desperately need an evaluation on my artwork

    Would anyone be able to make a quick evaluation of my artwork? Just talk about the tone, positioning in the foreground, middle ground and background and where I made strong/weak choices. It's a view through my blinds.
    Posted to Critique My Artwork by bobcatmoo on 4 Aug 2014
  • It took a journey for me to reach my goal!

    Hi everyone, I'm Troy Roberts, an artist with a passion for portraits. My young years were not easy,especially after loosing my parents at age 8. Because I was the only boy of 7 children, I was forced to do something different. I picked up a pencil and never looked back. Drawing and painting is all...
    Posted to Welcome! by Troy Roberts on 17 Jun 2014
  • An acrylic Piece

    Tried to play with the light. would appreciate comments
    Posted to Landscape by luczay on 3 Jun 2014
  • Lightening My Plein Air Pack

    Scott Burdick often does plein air studies, like this one ( Vermilion Cliffs , 2009, plein air oil painting, 9 x 12), on lightweight panels that are easy to travel with. I was watching a documentary about the Appalachian Trail the other day and was amazed to hear that hikers stopping at one particular...
    Posted to Plein Air Blog by Courtney Jordan on 2 Jun 2014
    Filed under: Plein Air, painting, oil painting, How to Paint
  • Buffalo Rider by K Henderson

    Buffalo Rider , 14" x 11", oil on linen I've painted a series of 1880's Cowboys. This Cowboy wears the hat, vest, scarf and scarf slide typical of that time in the American West Available See more of my Western Art and American Indian paintings on My Blog http://khendersonart2.blogspot...
    Posted to Member Gallery by K. Henderson on 22 May 2014
    Filed under: portrait, painting, realism, cowboy, Cowboy hat, southwestern art, K Henderson, American west
  • Black Is the New Green

    Now that traditional representational painting is seeing something of a revival in art galleries, there is a lot of interest among painters in the techniques employed by masters of the oil painting medium. All of us learn from those who have preceded us, and there are so many great painters from which...
    Posted to The Oil Painting Blog by johnandann@theartistsroad on 7 May 2014
    Filed under: oil painting, painting, portrait painting, drawing, how to paint, shading, Drawing Basics, Art
  • - K H -

    Pastel and charcoal on toned paper, 34/49 cm, 2013.
    Posted to Member Gallery by Miroslav Ivanov on 8 Oct 2013
    Filed under: drawing, charcoal, painting, realism, pastel, fine art, monochrome, classical art, Miroslav Ivanov.
  • - P -

    Oil on canvas, 27/35 cm. About eight hours painting from life.
    Posted to Member Gallery by Miroslav Ivanov on 27 Nov 2012
    Filed under: color, portrait, oil, canvas, painting, realism, woman, female, fine art, model, etude, Miroslav Ivanov, from life, classical.
  • Reaching For, To Touch...

    Acrylic on illustration board, 40" x 30"
    Posted to Member Gallery by RonGarcia118 on 20 Nov 2010
    Filed under: acrylic, figurative, painting
  • Vic Chesnutt, mixed media, 8x10in, 2010

    Posted to Member Gallery by ChrisHodges on 26 Sep 2010
    Filed under: portrait, painting, mixed media, figure, 8 x 10, DrChris
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