Highlights in the June 2014 issue of The Artist’s Magazine include:
For Dynamic Landscape Design, Edit Your Photos
Tim Kennedy’s Domestic Harmonies
Detail in Watercolor Without Masking
The 30th Anniversary
Idylls & Pleasures
Tim Kennedy positions his figures in radiant interiors that suggest the joys of domestic harmony.
By John A. Parks
Looking Through Water
Rick Bennett looks down on and within the sea—mirroring resplendent successions of color.
By Daniel Brown
Reference photos should be endlessly scrutinized—and revised—in order to give your landscapes structure.
By Ian Roberts
Reflections on Reality
Crisp and detailed: Jeannette Pasin Sloan’s still lifes in gouache and watercolor evince intricate patterns and rhythmic lights.
By Holly Davis
Columns and Departments
From the Editor
The Artist's Life
Painting momentous celebrations; a catch-up chat with David A. Leffel; and more.
By McKenzie Graham
Create the illusion of fur on scratchboard.
By Cathy Sheeter
Ask the Experts
Make prints from digital photographs and prepare a surface for gold leaf.
By Michael Skalka
Guide to Workshops Here and Abroad
Convey emotion by paying attention to stagecraft and design.
By William A. Schneider
Restricting his palette to four colors, Anders Zorn imitated an intriguing backstory in this self-portrait.
By Jerry N. Weiss
An antique carousel horse evokes memories of lost time.
By John Jaster