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The Artist's Magazine January/February 2009 Digital Download

By The Artist's Magazine

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SKU# Z6632

Special 25th Anniversary Issue

The Future of Art
What's in store for the next 25 years

The New Classicism
Putting a spin on the traditional portrait

Stretch that Dollar
25 recession-proof tips

Pump Up Your Musculature

Green Your Studio


The Future of Art
What will the next 25 years bring?
By Michael Chesley Johnson

Academic but Alive
Will Wilson gives classical realism a sensuous spin.
By Daniel Brown

An Intricate Illusion
In his watercolors, John Salminen concentrates on value rather than color.
By Maureen Bloomfield

Stand-out Students
Read the stories behind the works that won prizes in our Annual Student Competition.

Eco-Friendly Studios Get the Green Light
Artists renovate their studios to conserve energy.
By Tamera Lenz Muente

Artist in Exile
Tonja Softic paints an immigrant's psychological journey.
By Lisa Wurster

Columns and Departments

January/February 2009 Online
Don't miss our many Web extras and exclusives!

We look back and ahead in our 25th anniversary year.

The Artist's Life
Manga madness, artists from The Artist's Magazine's early days, and the LA Art Show.
By Tom Zeit

Where to go to see great shows.
Edited by Holly Davis

Drawing Board
Understanding musculature is fundamental to life drawing.
By Robert Barrett

Master Class
Michelangelo's Libyan Sibyl points to the union of body and mind.
By Jerry Weiss

Brushing Up
When you paint white, keep in mind that it contains all the colors.
By Ora Sorensen

Ask the Experts
Will zinc white crack over time? Is there a way to remove smoke odor from a painting?
By Michael Skalka

Learn 25 money-saving ways to survive a recession.
By Sue Viders

2009 Art Competition

Competition Spotlight
Mark E. Schuler paints a figure in an actual and metaphorical swing.

SKU Z6632
Author/Speaker/Editor The Artist's Magazine
File/Trim Size 38 MB
File Type PDF
Format Download
ISBN 13 9781440302817
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