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In this demo, Richie Vios shares the essential but underrated skills of creating the perfect consistency of water and pigments. If you love watercolor or want to learn about watercolor, watch this free lesson!
John Hughes shares why he hopes he never loses his enthusiasm for learning more about making art, because “that would surely spell disaster.”
Kelly Kane, Editor-in-Chief of Plein Air Magazine, shares a favorite painting and artist quote. This week's feature is "Through the Trees."
Take advantage of these in-person and virtual plein air painting opportunities from our special guide!
Robert Green is a painter of the Alaskan Adventure. The day after he retired, he launched his "retirement career" as an artist.
Artist Don Demers shares his insights, motivations, and creative process for his maritime and landscape paintings.
Kelly Kane, Editor-in-Chief of Plein Air Magazine, shares a favorite painting and artist quote. This week's feature is "Beneath Kilea Cone."
A look at our plein air heritage as we feature a Finnish artist who was originally best-known for his portraits of royalty.
"Today’s article deals with a very annoying problem that crops up from time to time in some of my students’ paintings. Annoying to them, but the good news is that..."
Edge control is one of several tools which artists use to create quality paintings; but there are 14 governing factors that determine the degree of hardness or softness on the various forms that we paint.
Join art publisher Eric Rhoads on this episode of Art School Live, featuring Michael Holter!
Just for fun - fill in the blank! How many paint brushes do you own?