Jan Poynter is not afraid of the dark, and she’s not afraid of phthalos. Here’s what that means for her artwork.
Gail Ishmael was new to Kansas, so she did what any sensible artist might do: She started a sketch group to get to know her new hometown.
Schuerr’s Final Report: “It Was Crazy Hard Work”View Article
About 60 artists will gather in Florida in November to compete for $3,000 in prizes. To be one of them, get your submission ready for Paint the Beach, a Plein Air Competition. The deadline is imminent.
Parting Shot: Seeking Depressed Urban SettingsView Article
“Plein air” and “encaustics” are generally not found in the same sentence … unless Michael Westcott is talking.
Sketching people is fun. But Roz Stendahl is interested in the other animals one sees in cities. She recently had a field day at the Minnesota State Fair, and invited some other Urban Sketchers along.
Watercolor on Toned PaperView Article
Kevin Raines is bullish on land conservation, and he sees artists as key conduits for communicating the beauty and sublime power of nature. He’s pursuing this on an international level.
New York City, where superlatives often collide. Members of the Salmagundi Club and their guests gathered in Central Park to paint the historic restaurant Tavern on the Green.