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The Artist's Magazine, October 2012 Digital Download

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

  • You love learning more about different medium
  • You love this art magazine but want to save paper & go green
  • You want to not only learn painting tips but art business tips too

When you download this issue of The Artist’s Magazine to your computer you’ll get instant access to pages and pages of fantastic painting articles & art-focused pieces. No matter what kind of art catches your eye, you’ll learn something new. Don’t miss out on the latest events in the art community and even get great tips on insuring your work and your studio in order to avoid disaster. Learn how to paint landscapes from experienced artists and discover what may be your new favorite artists.

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Highlights in the October 2012 Digital 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
Leave convention behind. Learn how you too can paint with large canvases when you paint en plein air. By Joe Paquet

Feast of Venus Revisited & Revised
Take a deeper look at the Elizabeth Torak piece that brings new perspective to the goddess of love, instead seeing and painting her in an earlier incarnation – the goddess of abundance and hospitality. By Robert K. Carsten

Born to Paint
A truly gifted young artist, Hsin-Yao Tseng, is described as a painter’s painter in this don’t-miss article. By Rosemary Barrett Seidner

Depth Perception
Judith Peck represents a broken state of mind by embedding jagged shards of plaster into the surface of her work. By Lisa Wurster-Dolan

Acrylic All-Stars
The 4 winners of the first Acrylic Artist Competition are announced. You’ll be shocked what can be achieved with this comparatively new 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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