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The Artist's Magazine October 2011 Digital Download

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Photograph Your Art
Seasonal Seascapes
Tell the Story
Glass & Metal
Get Figures Right


City Stories
New York City is the frame for solitary figures who go about their ordinary business in extraordinary pictures by Vincent Giarrano. By John R. Kemp

Calm at the Center
Finding the still point in each landscape, Stacie Seuberling makes linear marks in pastel on white paper. By Daniel Brown

Soul of the Heartland
Children's book illustrator Loren Long takes his place in an American tradition of regionalists exemplified by Thomas Hart Benton. By Holly Davis

A Twist on the Classics
With a restricted palette and meticulous attention to detail, Sadie J. Valeri renders a range of surfaces. By Michael Lacoy

Take Your Best Shot
Two professional photographers share 19 tips for taking first-class digital photographs that will accurately represent your work. By Al Parrish and Ric Deliantoni

Columns and Departments


The secret to rendering texture: minute gradations in value and color. By Sadie J. Valeri

The Artist's Life
The saga of a maritime artist, a painting found beneath another, and more. Edited by Cherie Haas

Plan a day trip with this list of upcoming shows. Edited by Cherie Haas

Brushing Up
Compose a scene by blocking in the basic values. By John Salminen

Drawing Board
Learn the body's proportions by drawing a skeleton. By Kenney Mencher

Master Class
After a succession of disappointments, Camille Pissarro sought solace in a garden's enclosed light. By Jerry N. Weiss

Ask the Experts
What factors should you consider when you price your work? By Dunham E. Townend

Supply Cabinet
New and improved products to make your life simpler in the studio. Edited by Cherie Haas

Competition Spotlight
A medium that requires patience, egg tempera is an artist's choice for rendering a farmyard scene. By Jeff Gola

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