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Drawing, Summer 2014

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You'll love this issue of Drawing if you want to learn more about:

  • How drawing objects and still life setups can improve your artwork
  • New and old pastel techniques 
  • Using perspective to your advantage 
  • Drawing facial features 

Each issue of Drawing provides working artists with information and inspiration regarding the foundation of all art: drawing. If you work with charcoal, graphite, pen, colored pencil, or any other drawing media, this is the magazine for you. The summer 2014 issue of Drawing focuses on the genre of still life, with articles on how beginner artists can practice drawing objects and how advanced artists can further hone their craft by depicting intricate still life setups. Other topics include drawing in pastel, using perspective, drawing facial features, and a retrospective of the charcoal drawings of William Beckman.

Highlights in the Spring 2014 issue of Drawing include:

  • A brief guide to different types of pastels and how to use them 
  • 10 short demonstrations showing you how to draw the nose and mouth from various angles 
  • An interview with master pastel artist Jimmy Wright 

Feature Articles:

Visions of Sunflowers Questions and answers with Jimmy Wright, one of America’s leading pastelists.

Interview by Austin R. Williams William Beckman: Confronting the World Monumental charcoal drawings that ask equally monumental questions. By John A. Parks

Drawing Fundamentals: The Features—Drawing the Mouth and Nose From Any Perspective A series of short demonstrations to help you draw the features from any angle. By Jon deMartin

Finding Meaning in the Man-Made John Rise’s still lifes tell stories both public and personal. By Austin R. Williams

Small Objects, Big Lessons Five still life exercises reveal the formal and philosophical underpinnings of drawing. By Austin R. Williams

Masterpieces of the Detroit Institute of Arts An inside look at 10 of the greatest drawings from one of the Midwest’s finest institutions. By Austin R. Williams

An Interior Perspective How to use perspective to place figures and decorative elements in a scene. By Anthony Baus

Columns Material World: Pastel Pointers, Past and Present By Sherry Camhy

First Marks: Sketching Asymmetrical Shapes By Claire Watson Garcia New and Notable: Lara Scouller By Michael Woodson

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