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The Artist's Magazine May 2011 Digital Download

By The Artist's Magazine

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Highlights

Today's HOT Medium: Get Started in Encaustic

Classic Botanicals

Still Life: Dramatic Color in Watercolor, Acrylic, Oil and Colored Pencil

Light and Bright in Acrylic

Features

Riddled with Magic
Conjuring the present from the past and casting real people in mythic roles, Gabriela Gonzalez Dellosso casts a spell.
By BJ Foreman

Full-Spectrum Color
How artists working in four media—Chris Beck in watercolor, Erin Gergen Halls in colored pencil, Ted Polomis in oil and Nancy Stanchfield in acrylic—achieve dramatic color.
Edited by Christine McHugh

Painterly Economy
Positioning figures in suburban landscapes and working spontaneously, David Shevlino handles oil with painterly bravado.
By Meredith E. Lewis

Cooking Up the Blues
Layering collage elements and encaustic, Kim Flora heats up the surface to create abstract compositions saturated with blue.
By Ruth K. Meyer

Beauty in a Weary World
With a restricted palette that includes graphite as well as oil, Julio Reyes contemplates the solitary figure.
By Lisa Wurster

Columns and Departments

Letters

Close-Up
Adding and subtracting layers of acrylic, oil pastel and encaustic, an artist achieves depth of field.
By Kim Flora

The Artist's Life
Shinji Turner-Yamamoto installs living trees in public spaces.
Edited by Cherie Haas

Exhibitions
Plan an art itinerary with this list of upcoming shows.
Edited by Cherie Haas

Brushing Up
Manipulating color temperature can help you convey mood, create depth and mix brighter colors.
By Jane Jones

Drawing Board
Render a classic botanical of a clematis—in colored pencil.
By Wendy Hollender

Ask the Experts
Who holds the copyright after an artist dies?—and more.
By Leonard D. DuBoff

Business
Adapt a strategic-planning model to identify and work toward your goals.
By Linda Fisler

Master Class
Twentieth-century Italian Pietro Annigoni resisted the trends of his time.
By Jerry N. Weiss

Supply Cabinet
New products to inspire your art.
Edited by Cherie Haas

Color Corner
Keep acrylics light and bright by judiciously using light molding paste and gloss gel.
By Nancy Reyner

Competition Spotlight
Working with collage elements and acrylic, an artist devises an abstract design.
By Carol Staub

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