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Digital Issue, The Artist's Magazine September 2013

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Highlights in the September 2013 issue of The Artist’s Magazine include:
Learn How to Draw Foreshortened Figures
Guide to 330+ Workshops
A Sense of Place: Midwest, Southwest, and East Coast Landscapes
Evocative Portraits in Watercolor, Pastel, and Oil

Features

Poetry of Earth
Whether painting the landscapes of the Southwest or the Canadian Maritimes, Michael Chesley Johnson uses the same array of warm and cool colors. By Maureen Bloomfield

The Heart of the Matter
Working in pastel or watercolor, Mario Andres Robinson searches for the emotion within the character or landscape. By Judith Fairly

Paintings for the Planet
Patricia Traub’s monumental figures take their places on a stage shared with vanishing animals. By BJ Foreman

Small Worlds
Underlying Brian Burt’s pint-size still lifes and landscapes is the design principle of asymmetry. By Daniel Brown

Columns and Departments

Letters

The Artist's Life
Kevin Cole incorporates men’s neckwear into wall sculptures that evoke the ghosts of racial violence; and more. Edited by McKenzie Graham

Workshops Here & Abroad
More than 330 listings of 2013 and 2014 classes in a range of techniques, media, and genres.

Drawing Board
The tricky concept of foreshortening is demonstrated and explained. By Juliette Aristides

Brushing Up
See the eyes as a sculptor would in order to convey their dimensionality. By Luana Luconi Winner

Road Test
Langnickel Royal SableTek brushes are composed of synthetic hairs; an artist demonstrates a myriad of applications. By Betsy Dillard Stroud

Competition Spotlight
During a sculpture class, a model takes a rest—and inspires a painting. By Catherine Moffitt

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