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The Artist's Magazine January/February 2012 Digital Download

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Highlights
Market Your Art
Watercolor on Yupo
Paint Snow!
Combine Colored Pencil and Watercolor
Draw Clothing and Drapery

Features

Let it Snow!
Five artists share tips for painting the winter landscape—in pastel, oil, watercolor and acrylic. Edited by Maureen Bloomfield

Floating and In Flux
Working with watercolor on synthetic paper, George James depicts a mutable world. By Ruth K. Meyer

Luminous Illusion
Ted Polomis applies transparent glazes over opaque colors to render playful yet precise still lifes. By BJ Foreman

Face to Face With Social Media
Connect with customers and build your brand via Facebook. By Lori McNee

Fantastic Gardens
Colored pencil plus watercolor—the secret to Karen Anne Klein's ornate depictions of the natural world. By Meredith E. Lewis

In Balance
Will Barnet, at 100 years old, continues to demonstrate mastery of design. By Jerry N. Weiss

Star Students
We applaud the student winners of The Artist's Magazine's 28th Annual Art Competition. By Hannah Baker and Nicholas Kelly

Anatomy of a Fold
To depict drapery, master these seven folds. By Robert T. Barrett

Columns and Departments

Letters

Close-Up
An underpainting informs a spare landscape in pastel. By Colleen Howe

The Artist's Life
Albuquerque as an artists' town; cookies as art; Leonardo's masterpieces reunited; and more. Edited by Cherie Haas

Exhibitions

Brushing Up
Practice four ways to convey depth and imply distance. By David Schwindt

Drawing Board
When drawing vases, focus on structure and symmetry. By Sadie Valeri

Color Corner
Make color charts to learn how to harness the power of the color red. By Birgit O'Connor

Ask the Experts
What documents must be signed before you can paint portraits of underage children or the homeless? By Leonard D. DuBoff

Supply Cabinet
See manufacturers' newest products. Edited by Cherie Haas

Business
A grant or fellowship can award you more than money. By Christopher Reinhardt

Master Class
Degas rolled up a masterpiece that was only discovered after his death. By Jerry N. Weiss

2011 Index

The Artist's Magazine's 29th Annual Art Competition

Competition Spotlight
Dislocation and fragmentation underlie a study of suburban life. By Aaron Morgan Brown

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