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Print Issue: The Artist's Magazine March 2012

Format: Magazine

You'll Love This Issue of The Artist's Magazine If:

  • You love finding inspiration in the works of others
  • You want to keep up-to-date with popular techniques & product recommendations
  • You love tips for painting landscapes, portraits & more
In the March 2012 if The Artist's Magazine you'll discover classic techniques for composing a still life with expert painter Douglas Flynt and so much more. Each article in The Artist's Magazine includes articles, demonstrations & more covering a wide range of medium selections. You can also see the ten winners of the lastest Over 60 Art Competition with the editors in this issue of The Artist's Magazine

Don't miss great columns from Cherie Haas and Paul Fenniak as well as features about modern artists, studios & more.

Highlights in the March 2012 Issue of The Artist's Magazine Include:

  • Oil Painting Grounds
  • Magnificent Detail
  • Classical Painting Techniques
  • Staying Young at Heart
  • Make Clouds Move in Pastel
  • Multifigure Paintings

Features

Details of the Mystery
Paul Fenniak renders the strangeness of contemporary life by placing ordinary people in odd situations. By Rick Stull

Slow & Steady
Master painter Douglas Flynt methodically explains the nuances of classical techniques for composing and painting a still life. By Louise B. Hafesh

California Dreaming
Working within a narrow value range in pastel, Jannene Behl depicts the lush landscapes of the Pacific Coast. Interview by Maureen Bloomfield

The Hybrid Landscape of the Heart
With a startlingly original vision and alternating applications of thick and thin paint, Melanie Daniel deconstructs images of Canada and Israel. By Ruth K. Meyer

At Their Peak
Having retired from the workaday world, the ten winners of our Over 60 Art Competition celebrate their lives' second acts. By Maureen Bloomfield, Chris McHugh and Holly Davis

Columns and Departments

Letters

Close-Up
At the same time an artist improvises and changes his mind, he builds up layers of texture. By Paul Fenniak

The Artist's Life
The film A Woman Like That re-creates the life and times of Artemisia Gentileschi; an artist sews her subjects; plus reviews of two books on the history of art. Edited by Cherie Haas

Exhibitions

Drawing Board
A complex, multifigured portrait begins with simple sketches. By Michael De Brito

Brushing Up
Learn the various products to use and ways to create an archival ground for oil. By Michael Chesley Johnson

Master Class
On his deathbed Théodore Géricault drew his left hand. By Jerry N. Weiss

Supply Cabinet
Find new products and interesting revivals. Edited by Cherie Haas

Competition Spotlight
Posing her daughter as a model, an artist creates a timeless scene. By Pauline Roche

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