Get Your Foot in the Gallery Door
Put yourself ahead of the competition with these 16 tips for marketing your work and making the best first impression with gallery directors. Plus, get helpful advice for pricing your paintings.
Life Is a Dream
By Sarah A. Strickley
Filled edge to edge with tantalizing, precisely rendered objects, Susan Abbott's imaginative, large-scale watercolors thrill the senses.
A Forbidden Landscape
By Michelle Taute
Tony Armendariz offers a glimpse into Cuba, a country frozen in time. Balancing suggestion and description, he paints the story of the place and its people.
Patina of Life
By Meredith E. Lewis
Douglas Wiltraut's quiet paintings of rural scenes offer a meditation on the natural rhythms of life and the passing of time.
By Donna Zagotta
Today's struggle can be tomorrow's creative break-through. Document your artistic journey—your goals, ideas, plans—and put your-self on the path to greater painting success.
Making a Splash
By Jessica Canterbury
Celebrate the best of Maurice Prendergast's oeuvre and plan a visit to Charlottesville, Virginia.
By M.E. "Mike" Bailey
Unlock the secret to creative expression by painting the same subject again and again.
By Betsy Dillard Stroud
Find out how to get the most from fluid or tube acrylic paints.
By Soon Y. Warren
Design florals for maximum impact in nine simple steps, plus five advantages to filling the paper with your subject.