A Haitian-American artist’s mixed-media work unveils perspectives on racism from the point of view of black millennials.
Painting involves energy, excitement, and vision in the beginning, work in the middle, and magic at the end. In this community article, Mara Schasteen remembers how to set the stage for magic in an alla prima floral session.
Over the past two decades, the Art for Animals foundation has raised $200,000 to help injured or abused animals and wildlife. Diana Madaras tells us about this journey and her “Spirit Animals” series of watercolor paintings on Yupo.
“I was fascinated with the possibilities of ‘drawing’ with scissors,” says Geoffrey Stein. Learn more about what drew Stein to collage as a fine art, including his advice for collage adhesives.
Pivoting from studies in sociology to art history, this Artists on Art ambassador has since become a professor of painting and shares his work in this spotlight.
“One of the frustrations with being an artist is hitting the proverbial ‘plateau,’ and if not handled correctly, such plateaus can make or break your artistic confidence,” says realist painter Tony Pro. Here are some of his tips to help you get past these bumps in the road to good painting.