You'll Love This Issue of The Artist's Magazine If:
- You love learning new tips for painting in watercolor and oils
- You love hearing about process and art straight from fellow artists
- You want to hear great new painting tips from our panel of experts
Order your print issue of September 2012 issue of The Artist's Magazine
and you'll get great articles, interviews & columns from expert artists & our team of editors. This issue of The Artist's Magazine
is filled with helpful oil painting techniques and inspirational examples of completed paintings of the female figure.
You'll also learn the basics of how to paint with a knife. Whether you're a beginning artist or an experienced painter, you'll learn something new & be entertained along the way. Known in the artistic community as a trusted source of advice & instruction, The Artist's Magazine is a must-have for all artists.
Highlights in the September 2012 Issue of The Artist's Magazine Include:
- Primer on Oils
- Tips on Glazing in Watercolor
- Paint with a Knife
- The Female Figure Today
- Simple Secret to Color Harmony: Yellow, Red, Blue & White
Back to the Garden
The female nude has inspired artists since the beginning of time. That legacy is alive in the work of Juliette Aristides, Mary Beth McKenzie, Anthony Ryder, Sharon Sprung and Costa Vavagiakis. By Maureen Bloomfield
Color & Context
Imply the contours of a landscape by paying close attention to the attributes of color. By Joe Bucci
An Underlying Structure
Rob Anderson gives structure to solitude by placing the lone figure in a geometrical configuration. By Jerry N. Weiss
Oil Painting Primer
Pro or neophyte—you can learn something new with this complete guide. By Michael Chesley Johnson
Playing in Earnest
Watercolorist Chris Beck turns her attention to jaunty still life elements that allow her to play with color, pattern and design. By Christine McHugh
Columns and Departments
The Artist's Life
A model becomes an artist as she realizes the importance of gratitude; artists design the packaging for heirloom seeds, and more. Edited by Cherie Haas
Learn how to wield a painting knife in order to achieve a range of effects. By Deborah Quinn-Munson
Ask the Experts
Why is it harder sometimes to erase pencil lines under watercolor; how do you keep washes transparent; what, if any, fixative is best? By James Toogood
James Chapin’s pictures of farmers and farm life shaped the course of American art. By Jerry N. Weiss
New products for your studio. Edited by Cherie Haas
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A hotel near the Louvre emerges from the mists of night. By Chizuru Morii Kaplan"