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Issue #94 December / January 2014

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Issue 94

In This Issue

The magazine for artists by artists from around the world.

4 International Artist Prize Winners
All the Prize Winners in International Artist magazine Challenge No. 78, Abstract/Experimental
19 Call for Entries
Entry form for International Artist magazine's Challenge No. 80, Favorite Subjects. Or you can enter using digital printouts and online!
Departments
25 Methods to Gain Exposure
Is exposure all that's needed to start people talking?
by Graeme Smith
Columns
26 A Day in the Life of an Artist: Sherry Camhy
A series where we take a look into the lives of some of the world's most noted artists.
by Wende Caporale
The Art of the Portrait
30 Chairman's Letter
32 Master Showcase
34 Paul Newton
The Story of a Once in a Lifetime Project Interview
by Christine Egnoski
38 The Flesh of the Matter
An interview with Sharon Sprung
by Krystle Stricklin
Columns
40 Station Points
Tips & Insights from James Gurney Designing Australia's Dinosaur Stamps
44 Part 14 Shape and Space
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.
48 Stimulation, Part 16 Exploration = Stimulation
by Gerald Brommer
54 Art Discussion Topics
by Alex Powers
60 Finding the Internal Melody
Master artist David Leffel discusses art, movement and melody with International Artist magazine
by Joshua Rose
68 Creating Complexity
Daniel J. Keys finds clarity and vision for his compositionally-driven still life paintings
United States
72 Painting to Evoke Mood
During the past year, Mia Bergeron has been working to evoke mood by using minimal information in her paintings
80 Working with a Limited Pallete
Artist Elaine Hahn begins with a palette of three colors and white and black when creating her highly realistic paintings
Canada
88 Keeping Portraits Fresh
When beginning each portrait, Albert Slark considers the situation in front of him including colour, location and lighting
United States
96 KC Collins
Capturing Atmosphere and LIght
98 Brent Jensen
Plein Air Strategies
100 Loren DiBenedetto
Compose a Natural Setup
Canada
102 Kingsley Owen
Composition Stages
New Zealand
104 Painting Workshop
New Zealand artist Richard Robinson critiques some student paintings from his online workshop and demonstrates key points with his own painting
Canada
108 Maintain Artistic Identity
MaryAnn Bidder stays true to herself as an artist by using a small brush and adding details to her watercolours
Bulgaria
116 Combination of Techniques
Atanas Matsoureff brings together multiple techniques in his watercolours including wet-on-wet and drybrush
Australia
122 Exploring the Colour Black
John Lovett explores the use of black in watercolours
Sweden
126 Johannes Wessmark
Aspects of Photorealism
Departments
138 Discovering Art: The Making of an Artist Part 50
Perspective Brushwork and First Light in St. Mark's Square, Venice
by Barry John Raybould
140 Important Principles of Art
Harley Brown's fascinating things no one else will tell you