You’ll Love This Print Issue of The Artist’s Magazine if:
- You love to learn painting & drawing techniques with fun & quick tutorials and articles
- You want to pick up new ways to approach color in watermedia and using Photoshop to create great reference photos & more
- You love to find inspiration in the work of fellow artists & hearing from them as they discuss their artistic process
The print issue of The Artist’s Magazine features great articles on the portrait career of Everett Raymond Kinstler, how to perfect reference photos with Photoshop, the inside scoop on Rapidograph pen, how to avoid glare on your pastel painting surface and much more. The first issue of a new year, the January/February issue of The Artist’s Magazine features the winners in the student division of The Artist’s Magazine Annual Art Competitionand you’ll also find out great tips for how to be an illustrator from Chris Gall.
Learn exciting new techniques and tips in this & every issue of this popular painting magazine. A favorite among artists of all medium., you can get The Artist’s Magazinedelivered right to your door and enjoy exciting interviews with artists and much more.
Highlights in the January/February 2013 Issue of The Artist’s Magazine Include:
- Best Reference Photos Ever: Try Photoshop’s History Brush
- Mix & Mingle Watermedia
- Confident Color: 3 Artists, 3 Media, 3 Approaches
- Everett Raymond Kinstler: Master Portrait Painter
Life in the City
by Jerry N. Weiss
The piers, fight clubs, and tenements of New York City take center stage in these bold and brilliant pieces by George Bellows.
By Maureen Bloomfield
Check out these ravishing still life paintings from Nava Grunfeld, Sarah Blumenschein and Judith T. Greenberg. The contrasts in color and temperature create playful results.
Brush With History
By Louise B. Hafesh
Everett Raymond Kinstler’s long and illustrious career is centered on his dashing portraits of some of the most distinguished characters of our time.
True to His Vision
By Judith Fairly
Ryan S. Brown plans every detail of his evocative paintings from the very beginning. From the frame to final details nothing is left to chance—for evocative results.
Edited By Sarah Roveda
The winners in the student division of The Artist’s Magazine’s Annual Art Competition are already on their way.
Best Reference Photos Ever!
By Scott Burdick
Perfect your reference photos using Photoshop’s History Brush,
The Artist’s Life
Actors stage tableaux vivants; Jack Richeson celebrates a birthday; Cathy Johnson shares a sketchbook page, Jenifer Renzel's art, and more. Edited by Cherie Haas
The Artist’s Magazine’s 30th (2013) Annual Art Competition
Try combining watermedia to expand your range of effects. By Jean Pederson
An artist takes ShinHan’s new Twin Touch markers for a spin. By Mark Crilley
The classic pen and ink gets an upgrade in the form of a Rapidograph pen. By Claudia Nice
Achieve color harmony in your paintings with a simple formula: mostly, some and a bit.
By Greg Albert
Ask the Experts
How do you avoid glare on your painting surface, what’s the best flooring when you’re working with pastel, and more. By Michael Chesley Johnson
Interested in breaking into the lucrative field of illustration? Tips from one who has. By Chris Gall
For Gustav Klimt, who would have celebrated his 150th birthday this year, the real was countered by abstraction. By Jerry N. Weiss
In drawing a self-portrait, an artist finds her father’s eyes. By Rexanne Chadwick
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