A few years ago I experienced my first small amount of exposure. It did a lot of great things for me and I’m glad it happened, but I learned I wasn’t ready to jump on that opportunity. After that I didn’t share any new work for a while, and I’m glad I didn’t. Here’s why.
From a lighthearted look at the satirical art of Leah Saulnier to expert advice for selling your art, the new Artists on Art magazine has something for everyone.
Michael Chesley Johnson gives you three questions to consider before you dip your brush in the paint in this guest post on how to paint landscapes.
Q&A: How Mark Yale Harris reinvented himself through sculpture
Recently invited to participate in a project with American Women Artists and the Haggin Museum, Sadie Valeri chose William-Adolphe Bouguereau’s painting of 13 nude nymphs titled “Nyphaeum,” to be her muse for “Vapors.” See her detailed oil painting demonstration of “Vapors” here.
Contemporary realist Sharon Pomales Tousey takes us into the meaning behind her recent pastel, “Aun Llueve en Macondo” (“It Still Rains in Macondo”), and offers her best advice for artists who are just starting to embark on their own journey.