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Try a Prismatic Palette for Stunning Landscapes
Pooches With Pizzazz!
Working in Natural Light
How to Paint Wrinkles and Laugh Lines
Color Wind, Sound of Water
Combining an Impressionist palette with a Japanese sense of gesture, Frank Satogata paints landscapes in acrylic and oil pastel. By Daniel Brown
Shapes of Light
Working always in natural light, Amy Weiskopf concentrates on presence and essence. By John Kemp
The Light Fantastic
John P. Osborne is methodical in setting up a prismatic palette for landscapes that spring from his imagination. By Louise B. Hafesh
Sally Muir, Leslie Shiels and Dana Hawk artfully depict man's and woman's best friend.
Edited by Maureen Bloomfield
With haunting verisimilitude, Candice Bohannon conveys human frailty. By Selena Reder
Columns and Departments
The Artist's Life
A wandering painter roams around the country in an RV, an Urban Sketcher depicts a hometown harbor, and young people paint urban murals. Edited by Cherie Haas
Thirteen strategies artists can use to develop business relationships and find work.
By Jeff Fisher
In the second part of her lesson on drawing the nude figure, the artist refines shapes and values. By Sadie J. Valeri
Learn how to depict lifelike wrinkles and laugh lines. By Chris Saper
Édouard Vuillard painted intimate moments in a narrow range of tones. By Jerry N. Weiss
New and improved products for your studio. Edited by Cherie Haas
A pig with presence, rendered in washy watercolor. By Gale Weisfield