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The Artist's Magazine July/August 2011 Digital Download

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Exclusive: 9 Need-to-Know Principles of Design
5 Plein Air Palettes
How to Plan a Stand-Out Still Life
Versatile Acrylic: 5 Masters Share Tips
Make Art Pay: Expert Marketer Reveals a Strategy for Success


Visceral Vision
Stone reveals its ancient spirit in Gregory Strachov's carefully composed landscapes in watercolor. By Louise B. Hafesh

Layer upon Layer
Shimmering or matte, splashy or meticulous—effects are as varied as artists Sherry Loehr, Pat Stanley, Rick Pas, Mark Bratovich and Donna Watson, who delight in acrylic's versatility. Edited by Maureen Bloomfield

River & Plains
Lisa Grossman sets up her easel on the banks of the Kansas River to catch the smoky light of dusk and dawn. By Judith Fairly

Trash Transformed
Robert K. Carsten meanders around recycling plants to find the subjects of his lustrous still lifes in pastel. By Maureen Bloomfield

Art Illustrating Art
To deepen your understanding of value, color, rhythm, balance and other elements and principles of design, study this visual guide. By Jonathan Linton

Columns and Departments


Spritzing the surface with alcohol moves acrylic around. By Pat Stanley

The Artist's Life
Notable cartoonist Morris Weiss conveyed to his son more than drawing skills; the winner of our All Media Art Competition recalls his father; and more. Edited by Cherie Haas

Summer is the time to go a-roving. Don't miss these shows. Edited by Cherie Haas

Brushing Up
Planning on painting en plein air? Pick the right palette before you pack your umbrella. By Michael Chesley Johnson

Color Corner
Learn how to mix gorgeous greens in watercolor. By Birgit O'Connor

Drawing Board
The secret of a successful still life: Start with a strong concept. By Steven Levin

Master Class
A sketch en plein air by John Singer Sargent testifies to his immense gift. By Jerry N. Weiss

Ask the Experts
Who owns the copyright on a commissioned portrait?—and more. By Leonard D. Duboff

In this economy, every artist needs a marketing plan. By Linda Fisler

Supply Cabinet
New to market: products for your studio and backpack. Edited by Cherie Haas

Competition Spotlight
A still life that shows an artist's wit. By Daniel Mark Cassity

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