Issue #45 October / November 2005
In This Issue
The magazine for artists by artists from around the world.
Letter from the Publisher
All the Prize Winners in our
International Artist magazine Challenge No 29 Still Life & Florals
Call for entries
Entry form for International Artist magazine's Challenge No 31 Landscapes. Now you can enter using digital print outs!
International showcase of award winners
This issue we present work from Southern Watercolor Society Watercolor Art Society - Houston Arizona Watercolor Association Pastel Society of Colorado
International Artist Painting Workshop Vacations
Portrait News and Notes
by Gordon Wetmore
Showcase of Honor Awards
John Michael Carter, Glenn Harrington, Garth Herrick, Xianyuan Jie, Stephen Pan, Tony Pro, Jean-Paul Tibbles, Jennifer Welty
Romulo Galicano: A legacy for his country
Seduced by beauty
The reason why this artist chooses such large canvases and how he achieves what he calls the "blue of our age".
by Helmut Ditsch
Need Direction? Think like the masters
How to keep a fresh outlook when painting on the spot by thinking like the masters.
by Vasudeo Kamath
The artist as tour guide to meaning
Why the artist has a higher role in the scheme of things.
by Loy Chye Chuan
Li Hua Yin
Yen Zhen Yang
Yi Moi Zhen
Li Loi, Fo Zhen Ling, Wang Meng, Ke Zong Ye, Tai Zi
The surprising process of watercolor
There is so much that has an impact on the process of creating a watercolor that it is always full of surprises.
by Kjell Ekstrom
How to work in the zone of uncertainty
How working in the zone between the abstract and representational will allow you to see your subject in a new light and treat you to a unique adventure along the way.
by Tom Wanless
Vitality is my creative quest
Four keys for creating paintings that pulsate with life and energy: design, atmosphere, color and brushwork.
by Gerald Green
How to travel light, really light!
by John Lovett
Plein air painting in Oaxaca
This artist explains vital tips for painting on location, and recounts the joys and surprises of his trip to Oaxaca.
by Gerald Brommer
Harley Brown's fascinating things no one else will tell you
A revolutionary idea.
by Harley Brown
Transforming humble scenes with light
Achieving atmosphere and emotion by juxtaposing broken color to add sparkle and interest.
by Colin Allbrook
How to Subscribe
Study the small shapes to conquer the light
Are you intimidated by painting light as it reflects off complex surfaces? How to do it effectively with colored pencils.
by Sam Hamilton
The making of an artist
'Double Split Complementaries' and 'Making Grays'
by Barry John Raybould
Hitting the sales hot button Part 18:
Making your exhibition advertising work is really a matter of taking human nature into account.
by Graeme Smith
The academy way
Drawing the figure Tonal or mass drawing where the line has been all but eliminated and only the tones are seen.
by Juan Martinez
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