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The Artist's Magazine, October 2012

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SKU# TA1012

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

  • You love staying up to date on the artistic community
  • You want to learn new painting & drawing tips from expert artists
  • You want to learn relevant art career & business tips

The October 2012 issue of The Artist’s Magazine features exciting painting articles on how to paint landscapes and profiles on emerging artists you should know about. Don’t miss out on the great pieces showcased in this issue from the winners of our first Acrylic Painting Competition. The goal of this issue and every issue of The Artist’s Magazine is to share the creative life & work with artists across all medium and skill level.

Whether you love painting with pastels or oils, watercolors or acrylics, pen or pencil, you’ll feel right at home with The Artist’s Magazine. Hear from our editors in our featured columns and pick up valuable tips on insuring your work space. Learn new tricks for creating your painting palette & so much more.

Highlights in the October 2012 Issue of The Artist’s Magazine Include:

  • Bigger is Better: How to Paint Large En Plein Air
  • Try a Limited Palette
  • Lush & Loose Landscapes
  • Acrylic All-Stars: The Winners of the First Acrylic Competition
  • Master Techniques: Scumble & Glaze

Features

Bigger is Better
Discover the magic of working with a larger canvas when you work outside. Leave smaller canvases behind when you paint plein air. By Joe Paquet

Feast of Venus Revisited & Revised
Elizabeth Torak creates strong & memorable images of the goddess of abundance and hospitality. Also known as the goddess of lover, this iconic image is completely reimagined. By Robert K. Carsten

Born to Paint
Hsin-Yao Tseng is a young artist to be sure. But he is also a true painter’s painter. Don’t miss his dazzling work. By Rosemary Barrett Seidner

Depth Perception
Discover a new approach to art as Judith Peck shows her work embedding plaster shards in the surface of her art. By Lisa Wurster-Dolan

Acrylic All-Stars
Check out the work of the four winners of our first Acrylic Artist Competition. You’ll be amazed what can be achieved with this versatile art medium.Edited by Sarah Roveda

Columns and Departments

Letters

The Artist's Life
A young artist sees his work as a way to help others; another constructs miniature galleries as fetching as dreams. Edited by Cherie Haas

Exhibitions

Drawing Board
An alkyd underpainting sets the stage for a luminous beach scene rendered in colored pencil. By Melissa Miller Nece

Business
Protect your art and materials by insuring the contents of your studio. By BJ Foreman

Brushing Up
Restrict your palette to the primaries plus white in order to ensure color harmony. By Jane Jones

Ask the Experts
Distinguishing between “glaze,” “scumble,” and “wash”; choosing a French easel; traveling with a wet canvas. By Michael Chesley Johnson

Master Class
Renowned illustrator Winslow Homer and his painting, High Cliff, Coast of Maine, which took nearly a decade to sell. By Jerry N. Weiss

Supply Cabinet
New products to try. Edited by Cherie Haas

Competition Spotlight
Following Whistler’s Symphonies, a mother paints a portrait in white. By Jennifer R. Welty"

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