Issue #91 June / July 2013
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. 75 Wildlife
Call for Entries
Entry form for International Artist magazine's Challenge No. 77 Florals & Gardens Now you can enter using digital printouts and online!
A Day in the Life of an Artist PATRICIA WATWOOD
A series where we take a look into the lives of some of the world's most noted artists.
by Wende Caporale
Four top artists showcase their work
Charles Reid - A Watercolor Pioneer
Amanda Hollis takes a look at the illustrious career of this popular artist
A demonstration in oil
Station Points Tips & Insights From James Gurney
Part 11 Unity, Texture and Form
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
Stimulation can involve a change of emphasis
Part 3 Gerald Brommer examines what stimulates creative expression and production
The Importance of the Specular Highlight
Daniel Maidman shows why no one part plays a more pivotal and dramatic role in a painting than the 'specular highlight'
As John Dawson constructs his pieces, the work undergoes changes and alterations
by John Dawson
From Sketchbook to Painting
Try your hand at this watercolour project, guided by renowned watercolorist, Malcolm Beattie
From a Great Height
James Zwaldo shows how an aerial view can intensify the subject, the message, movement and color
Look for Design in Nature
Karen Benco looks for the best view of any scene and works with Mother Nature in "re-designing" what she finds
The Reality of What You See
After a career in architectural rendering, Marilyn Liedman now paints as much as possible on location to use all the elements available in nature
A Natural Approach to Realism
Paula Henchell works in a very realistic manner, but her approach to her subject is based on asbtract design
Observe With Care
John Chapman stayed awhile at one of his favourite locations to obtain a better understanding of his subject
Painting the Cotswolds
John McCartin shows how the distinction between what you physically see and how you paint what you see, makes all the difference
OUR 2013 SCHEDULE PAINTING WORKSHOP VACATIONS
Making, Breaking and Bending Rules
Richard Rogers explores the many possibilities presented by acrylics in this series
How to Subscribe & Order
A Guide to Writing Sales Literature
Writing copy or sales literature is not too difficult if you remember a few pointers
by Graeme Smith
John Lovett shows his technique for perfect brush lines
The Making of an Artist
Part 47 'General to Specific' and 'On the Beach, Carmel'
by Barry John Raybould
Your Painting Workshops Continue
New Zealand artist, Richard Robinson critiques some student paintings from his online workshop and demonstrates key points with his own painting.
Harley Brown's Fascinating Things No One Else Will Tell You
Part 63 Oh, the frustrations!
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