Free-spirited Patti Brady explores acrylics, gel mediums and more.
Interview by Lisa Wurster
A sculptor as well as a painter, Bryce Cameron Liston creates enchanting figures.
By Lisa Wurster
Silence and Slow Time
After intuitively arranging objects, John Rizzotto methodically renders what he sees.
Interview by Maureen Bloomfield
Tucson and Tubac
A robust Southwestern art scene extends into the outskirts, to a small, smart art town.
By David A. Fryxell
Brave New Day
Meet the talented winners of our first-ever online competition.
By Michelle Taute
Great Art in the Heartland
Three college museums in the Midwest are well worth a summer visit.
By Ruth K. Meyer
Edward Hopper: Composing for Impact
An American master continually refined his initial concept by sketching again and again.
By Sheila Hollihan-Elliot
Columns and Departments
More helpful information about photographing your artwork and art material safety.
The Artist's Life
An American artist sets up her easel in Brittany, a look at some colored pencil exhibition winners, and possibly a Pollock.
Edited by Lisa Wurster
A sampler of this summer's most interesting exhibits.
A colored pencil artist shows you how to apply color to sandpaper.
By Linda Lucas Hardy
Reflect nature's own beauty: Paint with watercolor on polystyrene.
By Robert Steinberg
Work in Progress
John Michael Carter runs a lucrative business painting commissions.
By Kathy Gulrich
Ask the Experts
The intricacies of copyright law explained.
By Leonard D. DuBoff
A CD guide to Photoshop, new palette knives, a mini-folio and an expanded watercolor pencil line.
Finalist Dominic Avant paints a summer moment by the sunlit shore.