Patricia A Griffin observes that her success is due to the acceptance of many failures and rejections, her commitment to reaching her goals artistically by allowing her process and style to morph over time, and a razor focus on marketing.
From cityscapes to landscapes to figurative art, this painter shares both his inspiration and process.
Artist and gallery owner Colin Page reflects on how, and why, his art has changed over the years, and his turning point to make more meaningful paintings.
A Q&A with plein air painter Zufar Bikbov on Russian realism, painting outdoors as a way to improve, and the art of eliciting emotions through a painting.
Odile Richer makes paintings that read like giant, gorgeous pages in a surreally romantic yet strangely realistic storybook. Metaphors, myths, allegories, allusions — all can be found in this Canadian artist’s highly detailed creations.
Inspired by Monet and Sorolla, Przewodek's paintings capture the beauty of light and atmosphere. Here, she answers the question she's asked most often, which isn't surprising once you hear it...
When Emilie Lee learned that the protected status of a beloved desert area would be severely compromised, she took action by ...
Much of writing about art strikes me as something akin to a technical manual on how one should kiss their lover...
A shared passion for researching the life and art of Jean-Léon Gérôme, and the lessons that can be learned 150 years later.
David Marty went into commercial art and graphic design to be “practical,” but as his family grew and life got much busier, he continued to nurture his passion for painting.