William Schneider fine art portraits
William Schneider, “Muse,” oil, 24 x 30 in., as featured in the article “The Search for Excellence” in the newly relaunched Artists on Art magazine

Just this past week, the publishers and team for Artists on Art magazine have relaunched the brand, including a new app for subscribers, a new website, and the introduction of a free weekly newsletter — all of which feature some of today’s best working artists.

Cover art by James Earley, Artists on Art magazine, May/June 2018

In the recently published issue (Artists on Art, May/June 2018), for example, portrait and figure painter William Schneider shares his expertise, still life artist Zac Elletson takes us through a video tour of his studio and a start-to-finish painting, and equine artist Sharon Crute tells why her early work was considered “violent,” and why there’s some truth in that statement.

Zac Elletson, “Brilliance,” oil on linen, 8 x 16 in., featured in the article “Leveraging Your Accumulated Knowledge”
Sharon Crute equine art
Sharon Crute, “Assistant Starters,” oil on canvas, 24 x 36 in., featured in the article “Danger & Passion,” where she shares the driving forces behind paintings that are just as powerful as their regal subjects.

Browse the new website, subscribe to the magazine, or become an Ambassador, all at ArtistsOnArt.com.

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Cherie Dawn Haas
Cherie Dawn Haas is the Editor-in-Chief of Artists on Art, as well as the Online Content Manager for FineArtConnoisseur.com and OutdoorPainter.com (home of Plein Air Magazine). She is a "maker" who loves to write, dance, and explore various other forms of creative self-expression, including mixed media art.

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