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The Artist's Magazine April 2008 Digital Download

By The Artist's Magazine

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Highlights

Annual Portrait Issue
contemporary to classic

Palettes of the Masters
Rembrandt's, Monet's and Morisot's colors today

It's all Presentation
frames that impress

Features

Abstractly Real
Sharon Sprung paints from life yet places her figures in abstract fields.
By Louise B. Hafesh

Best Frame Forward
Presenting your work is almost as important as painting it.
By Maureen Bloomfield

Palettes of the Masters
Today's substitutes for Rembrandt's, Chardin's, Monet's and Morisot's colors.
By Michael Skalka

Classic Beauty
Harking back to myths, Kirk Richards paints mesmerizing portraits.
By Paula Theotocatos

A Storied Art
Jan Brett's illustrations start with watercolor and gouache.
Interview with Paula Theotocatos

See the Second City
Navigate Chicago's hot art districts with this guide.
By Ruth K. Meyer

Fantastic Journey
Painting in oil and egg tempera, Henryk Fantazos imagines a surreal world.
By Michele Natale

Columns and Departments

April 2008 Online
Don't miss our Web extras and exclusives!

Letters

The Artist's Life
An online portrait party, the National Art Materials Trade Association convention and more.
By Michelle Taute

Drawing Board
Master the technique of the broad-stroke.
By Carl Purcell

Exhibitions
Art shows that shouldn't be missed.
Edited by Holly Davis

Brushing Up
Protect your brushes and your hands.
By Jane Jones

Work in Progress
Nicki Orbach followed her heart to find success in her art.
By Kathy Gulrich

2008 Art Competition

Ask the Experts
How do you repair a tear in a watercolor, and what do you do if oil penetrates your canvas?
By Michael Skalka

Competition Spotlight
When Glen Maxion spotted a forlorn dog, he solved the problem with his composition.

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SKU Z4654
Author/Speaker/Editor The Artist's Magazine
File Type PDF
Format Download
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