In Living Color
Landscapes that pop off the page
The Secret of Eternal Youth
Still painting, Milford Zornes turns 100.
Anything Goes (into a Collage)!
Get creative with scissors and paper.
Nature As The Soul's Mirror
To create her colorful landscapes, M. Katherine Hurley starts with a black-and-white sketch.
By Daniel Brown
Cut and Paste
Judith T. Greenberg, Jonathan Talbot and Donna Watson show how easy it is to get started in collage.
By Maureen Bloomfield
Pam Carroll creates playful still lifes that are both vivid and detailed.
By Lisa Wurster
John Michael Carter invites you to the Louisville, Kentucky, studio he designed.
By Christine McHugh
Stepping Out Boldly
Meet the student winners of The Artist's Magazine's 24th Annual Competition.
By Deborah Secor
Milford Zornes Reflects on 100 Years
On the eve of his birthday, the renowned California painter looks back.
Interview by Sylvia Megerdichian and Bill Anderson
Columns and Departments
January/February 2008 Online
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The Artist's Life
As a result of an injury, an artist changes dominant hands, and watercolor takes the stage.
Edited by Grace Dobush
To compose well, you have to see not only in line, but in values.
By Juliette Aristides
Complementary colors and contrasting hues make a focal point pop.
By Barbara Lawrence
Distractions are everywhere but, with these tips, you can resist them.
By Karen Leland
Painting the folds and shadows in drapery is easy, if you perfect the drawing first.
By Jane Jones
2008 Art Competition
Ask the Experts
Whether galleries should insure your work and how to negotiate with an art publisher.
By Paul Dorrell
Artist Chi Tung Chiang looks out an ordinary window to find magical Barcelona.