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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…
The selection of Daniel Weiss to president and CEO of the Metropolitan Museum of Art marks a decided shift in the top American museum’s priorities.
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When selling your paintings, this simple formula will help you decide just how you should price your artwork to ensure a larger return on investment.
Painting the light effects created by fog can be frustrating at first, so since we don’t want you to feel foggy when starting your next art piece, we’re here to share a quick and simple solution.
Portraiture: Barkley Hendricks. A king of painting portraiture has died. Barkley L. Hendricks was a mover and a shaker in the 1970s art scene.