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The Artist's Magazine April 2009 Digital Download

By The Artist's Magazine

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SKU# Z6634


How to Sell More Art
During Tough Economic Times

Annual Portrait Issue

Create Depth
5 Keys to Atmospheric Perspective

Discover Oil Pastels
Fast, Fun, Freeing


Les Femmes
Working with pastel and colored pencil, David Wells paints formally composed portraits of his friends.
By Deborah Secor

Still Life as Metaphor
With breathtaking craft, Scott Fraser paints captivating arrangements of ordinary things.
By Louise B. Hafesh

Studio Tour
Jon R. Friedman built a studio a stone's throw from Edward Hopper's.
Edited by Christine McHugh

When Realism Isn't Real
Aaron Morgan Brown imagines uncanny juxtapositions.
By Rick Stull

In Their Element
Alexandra Tyng paints portraits that place her subjects in context.
By Louise B. Hafesh

The spotlight shines on oil pastels.
By Greg Albert

Columns and Departments

April 2009 Online
Don't miss our Web extras and exclusives!


The Artist's Life
An ancient art is undergoing a renaissance.
By Leslie Stroope

April abounds in exciting shows.
Edited by Holly Davis

Drawing Board
Learn how to create the illusion of atmospheric perspective.
By Anthony Waichulis

Be savvy if you expect to sell art in tough economic times.
By C. Sharp

Brushing Up
Transitioning from one color to the next can be seamless.
By Jane Jones

Ask the Experts
Can you use Disney characters in your art, and did Warhol flout copyright law?
By Leonard DuBoff

Master Class
Richard Parkes Bonington painted Venice in transparent watercolor.
By Jerry Weiss

2009 Art Competition

Competition Spotlight
Rick Pas's medium is acrylic.

SKU Z6634
Author/Speaker/Editor The Artist's Magazine
File/Trim Size 14 MB
File Type PDF
Format Download
ISBN 13 9781440302831
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