Highlights in the March 2014 issue of The Artist’s Magazine include:
Never Too Late: The 10 Winners of Our Over 60 Competition
The 30th Anniversary
The Genius of Joaquin Sorolla
Shafts of Sunlight
The Valencian painter Joaquin Sorolla set up his easel on the shore and painted exactly what he saw.
By Jerry N. Weiss
The Landscape of Loss
Staging dramas within a panorama, Kevin Muente considers timeless questions.
By John A. Parks
We celebrate the 10 winners and 42 finalists of The Artist’s Magazine’s Over 60 Art Competition.
The Hard(ware) Facts
Back to the basics of framing: screws, hangers, and wires.
By Chris A. Paschke
Columns and Departments
From the Editor
The Artist's Life
Retired Disney animators enliven the history of art; Burton Silverman reminisces; and an artist gives a lesson to an actor in Hollywood. By McKenzie Graham
If you’d like to paint in oil on paper, here are ways to prepare the surface. By Michael Chesley Johnson
The Artist’s Magazine’s Annual Art Competition
Guide to Workshops Here & Abroad
Use ink with a pen or a brush to render the textures of winter trees. By Claudia Nice
An artist tries Golden High Flow acrylics on a brush and in a marker and a pen. By Ursula Roma
Painting a portrait of her convalescing brother, an artist sees beneath the surface. By Debra Carr