Field of Vision
Working in transparent watercolor, Scott Zupanc paints water lilies as color fields.
Interview by Maureen Bloomfield
Artists who started their own galleries tell how they did it and why.
By Daniel Brown
Olive Ayhens paints the kinetic collision of nature and urban life.
By Angela Gilltrap
Watercolorist Jean Pederson makes the most of her studio space.
By Christine McHugh
Nature Is in the Details
Painting in acrylics, Rick Pas focuses on abstract patterns in nature.
By Paula Theotocatos
Everything Is Illuminated
Working artists show how to approximate north light in any studio.
By Michael Chesley Johnson
Music of Light
A gritty ground gives texture to Paul Murray's paintings.
By Deborah Secor
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The Artist's Life
Public art at its most inviting: a chalk festival; an artist painting portraits for 40 hours straight; the Scholastic Art Awards and more.
By Michelle Taute
Preparation is necessary if you want to paint a wild animal in a naturalistic setting.
By Susan Labouri
What's on view in October.
Edited by Lisa Wurster
Work in Progress
After a stint in the corporate world, Shirley Williams succeeded in her dream of making a living as an artist.
By Kathy Gulrich
Check a figure's proportions by seeing in both mass and line.
By Carl Purcell
Ask the Experts
Spanish whiting defined and acrylic over polyurethane explained.
By Mark Gottsegen and Michael Skalka
Pastels in a new shape, giant watercolor pans, a mahl bridge and more.
By Butch Krieger
Beverly Spitzer paints abstract compositions in mixed media.