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Igor & Marina's ornate panels demonstrate tension between figure and ground.
By Ruth K. Meyer
Anti-heroes in dismal digs: Graphic novels delight a new generation.
By Grace Dobush
Constance LaPalombara plays up the light in moody city scenes in oil.
By Tamera Lenz Muente
Anne Bagby organized her art materials at last.
Edited by Christine McHugh
Kids Get Smart With Art
Improve literacy and math skills by teaching kids to draw, paint and dance.
By Tucker J. Coombe
City in Bloom
Wendy Hollender revives the tradition of botanical illustration.
By Meredith E. Lewis
Markers are the new pen and ink.
By Greg Albert
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Under a magnifying glass, paints and techniques are revealed.
By Anne Bagby
The Artist's Life
Do you have the right to more cash if the value of your work increases?
Edited by Grace Dobush
Autumn abounds in spectacular shows.
Edited by Holly Davis
The subject is always secondary to the design.
By Ian Roberts
Use design principles to create a strong center of interest.
By Robert Barrett
Learn about websites that can help you market and sell your work.
By By Karen Leland
Ask the Experts
Which competitions should you enter?
By Daniel E. Greene
Christine Hanlon paints a street at night in San Francisco.