Issue #83 February / March 2012
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 67 Wildlife
Call for Entries
Entry form for International Artist magazine's Challenge No 69 Flowers & Gardens. Now you can enter using digital printouts and online!
Words of Wisdom
Christine Egnoski speaks with the 2012 Portrait Society Faculty
A Day in the Life of an Artist
A series where we take a look into the lives of some of the world's most noted artists
by Wende Caporale
Brom the Storyteller
We look at what drives this seasonal illustrator
by Rebecca Guay
OUR 2012 SCHEDULE Painting Workshop Vacations
James Gurney Masterclass Part 7 Cloud Shadows
James Gurney, the author, artist, and illustrator of the #1 best selling art instruction books Imaginative Realism and Color and Light reveals useful insights about painting light.
Part 3 Landscape Painting with Oil and watercolor
Readers are in for a treat in the months to come as you enjoy this regular column by award winning all media artist Bill James
Control Your Acrylics With A White Paint Impasto
John Stephens recognized what Titanium White Underpainting could do for his acrylic paintings - and has not returned to oils!
Using Imaginative Color
Reiko Hervin enlivened her paintings by stretching her color boundaries
Big, Bizarre and Bountiful Painting the Everglades
The natural attractions of her home state have inspired a search for drama for Carmen Beechers
Aleksandar Alexov achieves authenticity in his miniatures by treating color and shape as equal partners in wildlife art
Your Painting Workshops Start This Issue!
New Zealand artist, Richard Robinson critiques some student paintings from his online workshop and demonstrates key points with his own painting
The Power of Sheer Beauty
Guy-Anne Massicotte's still life realism flirts with abstraction, creating a beautiful tension
Side-by-Side in Japan: Two Artists, Two Perspectives
Gary Snavely and Tatsuo Inoue prove that opposites truly do attract, resulting in a unique, shared, creative experience
Carole Baker uses colour as the prime motivator when designing a painting
The Making of an Artist Part 39
'Straight Line Approximation' & 'Unequal Space Division'
by Barry John Raybould
How to Subscribe
Dealing With a Sales Problem is Like Baking A Cake
by Graeme Smith
John Lovett shows you how to use watercolour's most powerful tool
Harley Brown's Fascinating Things No One Else Will Tell You
Part 57 Lost Edges and the Child's Eyes
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