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.
Brad Teare finds the artist’s life is an adventure and despite the difficulties, he can’t imagine living any other life.
Contemporary artist Paula Holtzclaw has spent a lifetime learning to embrace the vibrancy of inspiration, which has itself shaped the course of her life. Here's how.
With her solo exhibit at Hughes Gallery opening March 1 in Boca Grande, Florida, Karen Ann Hitt reflects on sewing her own clothes at the age of 12 and how that evolved into a fine art career.
How Yuqi Wang, a master of portraiture, discovered Western Art, defied authorities in school, and has answered the question, "Why am I here?"
Starting college at the University of Chicago, Marcia Burtt graduated from UC Berkeley and earned an MA in art from the University of Montana. Fine Art Today had the opportunity to ask Burtt about her style of landscape paintings and her chosen medium, which is ...
In his studio, Sokov is eager to express through paint the stories of the distinctive characters he encounters during his travels abroad.
Bulgarian-born figurative painter Tanya Atanasova shares how extremely emotional, intense moments, and strained relationships have informed her art. "Back in the day, surviving was a real thing," she says. "Having the skill for 'guessing the person' and knowing who to trust was often your only weapon in life. So, there is no wonder I primarily paint people and portraits."
Fine Art Today had the luxury of sitting down with amazing painter Nick Patten, who offered some engaging thoughts about his process, inspiration, and more. So impactful were they that we’ve decided to quote him in full.