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The Artist's Magazine April 2011 Digital Download

By The Artist's Magazine

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Highlights

The Scoop on Munsell's Theory for Spot-On Color

Paint with a Big Brush

2 Approaches: Portraits That Tell the Inside Story

Convincing Dimensions: Draw What You Don't See

Wild Animals & Free from Cliché

Features

Urban Studies
Appropriating the city's monochrome, David Jon Kassan positions his subjects against a gritty backdrop that thrusts them on stage.
By Jill Bossert

The Art of Looking
Pastel artist Ellen Eagle studies her subjects as they drift, in silence, into their own worlds.
By Maureen Bloomfield

Stillness and Light
Discovering rather than designing arrangements, Lea Colie Wight achieves an unstudied effect in portraits, still lifes and interiors.
By Rosemary Barrett Seidner

Not a Factory Job
Fragmenting and multiplying the image is one way to make pictures of animals new.
By David N. Kitler With Ively A. Kitler

Rational Color
Graydon Parrish instructs students in the color theory of Albert Henry Munsell.
By Louise B. Hafesh

Columns and Departments

Letters

Close-Up
Working with pastel on a toned surface, an artist conveys nuances of color.
By Ellen Eagle

The Artist's Life
The Back of the House series featuring pictures of three-star restaurant kitchens, and more.
Edited by Cherie Haas

Exhibitions
Welcome spring by visiting these shows.
Edited by Cherie Haas

Drawing Board
To make forms convincing, look past what you see and "draw through."
By Bert Dodson

Brushing Up
Learn to paint boldly with a big brush.
By Karen O'Neil

Ask the Experts
Which is better: stick or pan pastel; and what's the best way to remove varnish from a painting's surface?
By Deborah Secor and Michael Skalka

Master Class
Andrea del Sarto, called the Faultless Painter, depicts his infamous wife, Lucrezia del Fede.
By Jerry N. Weiss

Supply Cabinet
Check out these interesting products from manufacturers and retailers.
Edited by Cherie Haas

Competition Spotlight
Jonathan Jungsuk Ahn depicts the slick streets of San Francisco.
Edited by Cherie Haas

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