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Art fluide avec des encres à l'alcool Marabu

| Sponsorisé | Les surfaces brillantes et transparentes qui reflètent les couleurs et les motifs «submergés» sont assez agréables à regarder. Il existe de nombreuses façons d'obtenir cet effet, comme l'utilisation de résines ou de couches de verre coûteuses, par exemple. Dans ce guide étape par étape, vous trouverez une alternative amusante et facile à […]

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Mastery by George Leonard (and its relevance to learning drawing and painting) – Lines and Colors

I came across a recent post on James Gurney’s art blog, Gurney Journey in which a reader had asked “How do you force yourself to improve?“, and it prompted me to think about some of what I’ve learned on the subject of learning and improving, and a book that was instructive in informing my own […]

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Mediums Are the Key to Water-mixable Oil Paints

Most water-mixable oil painters use mediums to increase the flow of their paints instead of water and only use water to clean up – I like to think of water-mixable oils as water-washable oils. There are also mediums for extending, thickening, and increasing or decreasing the drying times of the paint. At Jackson’s, there are […]

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Christopher Cook: Luminous Objects – Jackson’s Art Blog

Christopher Cook won the Still life/botanical category prize in the Jackson’s Painting Prize this year with his work, Global Reach. In this painting, opulent objects are excavated to life from a graphite, resin and oil medium, developed by Christopher and unique to his practice. Here, he talks about his mark making tools, the function of […]

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Eleanor Crow’s Watercolor Illustrations of Small London Shops

E Pellicci, Bethnal Green Road, Bethnal Green (watercolor on paper, 5″ x 7″) by Eleanor Crow By Louella Miles Eleanor Crow is an artist who specializes in creating color-rich portraits, still lifes, and landscapes with oil on linen. She’s also creates watercolor illustrations, lettering, and book cover designs. In 2019, Batsford Books and Spitalfields Life […]

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Donner une nouvelle vie à une vieille peinture

Histoire d'essais et d'erreurs de l'artiste John Crump sur la revitalisation d'une vieille peinture. John Crump, un paysagiste amoureux de la splendeur naturelle de sa patrie néo-zélandaise, se considère comme un peintre du paradis. Voici son histoire d'essais et d'erreurs de réinventer une peinture ancienne, selon les propres mots de l'artiste. Un voyage dans le […]

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Anthony Whishaw RA: sur la peinture et le dessin dans sa 90e année

Anthony Whishaw RA (né en 1930) est un artiste anglais qui a exposé dans tout le Royaume-Uni et à l'étranger. Parmi les faits saillants de sa carrière, mentionnons son élection en tant qu'académicien royal en 1980 et une grande exposition au Barbican Center en 1994. Anthony et sa fille Zoe, qui dirige le studio, ont […]

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On the Easel: Kayaking at Sunset, Caloundra, July 2020

(My « On the Easel » posts give you a behind-the-scenes look at what I am working on, what went well, what went wrong, and things I learn).  Dan Scott, Kayaking at Sunset, Caloundra, 2020 I’ve been in a creative rut until recently, as you may have noticed from my lack of activity. And I don’t just […]

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Hilary Burnett Cooper: lumière vibrante

Hilary Burnett Cooper a été sélectionnée pour le Jackson’s Painting Prize de cette année avec son travail, Café Culture. Cette peinture évocatrice dépeint une scène de rue parisienne avec de longues silhouettes fraîches qui s'étendent vers le spectateur, coupant les tons chauds de la lumière de l'après-midi sur le trottoir. Ici, Hilary nous raconte ses […]

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Peter Jablokow and His Nostalgic Subject Matter

Peter Jablokow brings new life to dilapidated and discarded subject matter through the use of architectural underpinnings and loose colors. Calumet River Lift Bridge (watercolor on paper, 29×41) by Peter Jablokow By John A. Parks Peter Jablokow is drawn to weathered, nostalgic subject matter—rusting relics of a bygone industrial age. A long-abandoned steam engine languishes […]

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Gareth Jones – Libérer le potentiel grâce aux pastels

Gareth Jones faisait partie de ces artistes dont les pastels m'ont séduit – un jour j'ai remarqué qu'ils étaient là! Je ne savais pas qu’il n’avait pas utilisé le pastel depuis si longtemps. Certes, vous ne pouvez pas le dire à partir de son travail qui semble être produit par quelqu'un à l'aise avec l'utilisation […]

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Making Beeswax Impasto Medium for Oil Painting

Beeswax Impasto Medium is a traditional oil painter’s medium that is used to thicken paint. You can buy it ready-prepared or make your own. Vincent Gordon takes us through the steps of how to make it yourself. The paints at the top are soft and buttery. The paints at the bottom have been mixed with […]

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See Paint Run: Capturing Movement With Watercolor

A roundup of full-of-life paintings by artists who use watercolor’s natural properties to their advantage. These artists harness the natural properties of watercolor to depict people and animals on the move. Read about their tips and tricks for trying to control the drips, runs, and spatters, along with their attempts to harness the joy and […]

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Schmincke Super-Granulating Watercolours – Jackson’s Art Blog

Schmincke have added 15 limited edition super-granulating colours to their Horadam watercolour range. Each colour contains a combination of granulating pigments which separate and settle into the paper surface for textural watercolour effects. Artist, Anna Zadorozhnaya, shares her thoughts on the new series. By Anna Zadorozhnaya German brand Schmincke, who produces paints and mediums, has […]

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Flesh and Skin Paint Names – the art materials industry responds

Following recent racial equality events around the world, we have received a lot of correspondence regarding the bias towards caucasian skin and flesh tones, among colour ranges supplied by colour manufacturers. We couldn’t agree more that this is wrong and we decided to investigate further, change our own colour names and ask our suppliers for […]

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In Conversation with Simon Frisby, Co-Founder of Etchr Lab

Simon Frisby founded Etchr Lab in 2017 alongside Yan Zhu and designer Darren Yeow. When Darren made the first version of the Art Satchel, he wanted to create a practical, purpose built art bag with one aim in mind – to encourage creativity and help artists everywhere create more art. After meeting Simon and Yan […]

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Krzysztof Kowalski: Observation and Technique

Krzysztof Kowalski’s work, Dripping Fragrance was one of 5635 entries to be shortlisted for the Jackson’s Painting Prize this year. In this work, brilliant, light drenched watercolour lilies cover the entire surface of the paper, and, like most of Krzysztof’s flower studies, they’re painted so up close it really does give you the feeling that […]

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5 Watercolor Artists Share Their Unique Processes | Part 1

From florals to figures, and from the studio to the streets, this two-part artist series offers a wide-ranging look at the medium. Clockwise from top left: Next in Line by Ellen Diederich; Sycamore Shadows by Tina Bohlman; Breck’s Mill by William Ressler By Norman Kolpas When you think of watercolor, what image first comes to […]

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5 aquarellistes partagent leurs procédés uniques | Partie 2

Les artistes créent des images florales curatives et méditatives, l'apparence du vitrail et des vignettes de personnes dans leur élément. De gauche: Soistoimême par Georgia Mansur; À l'intérieur et à l'extérieur par Julia Dufault McGrath Par Norman Kolpas Dans cette série en deux parties, nous avons invité cinq aquarellistes à succès à partager certaines œuvres […]

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Bartering Art for Goods and Services

These artists are bartering their work for plane tickets, medical procedures, and more. Andreas Kuehn | The Image Bank |Getty Images Figuring out how to price your artwork can get a little complicated. Some artists stick with simple pricing formulas while others might negotiate by the piece of art. But what some artists might not […]

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Painting a Watercolor Cityscape: The Luminous Works of Igor Sava

These pieces capture not just the sites but also the mood and character of some of the world’s greatest cities. Laguna Blue (watercolor on paper, 15×22) by Igor Sava Igor Sava was born in Moldova, an Eastern European country that was formally part of the Soviet Union. For the last 20 years, however, the artist […]

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Rosanna Morris: The Power of Print

Rosanna Morris is a printmaker and illustrator based in Bristol, UK. Drawing is at the heart of her practice. Her striking relief prints demonstrate her ability to design timeless relatable images, which she often combines with text. These powerful works bridge the gap between fine art and illustration, and have been used as posters, banners […]

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Eight Blues and How to Use Them

Limiting your palette to a handful of colours can help to achieve harmonious colour mixes and set a key for your painting. Following on from our exploration into the five yellows of the Jackson’s Artist Acrylic range, here is a look at the eight blues, presented within suggested restricted palettes. Although I have used Jackson’s […]

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Raina Goran: Points of View

Raina Goran was one of the 42 artists shortlisted for the Jackson’s Painting Prize this year with her acrylic collage work, Tel Aviv 2. Using shapes of painted paper, Raina interprets the places she has encountered on her travels and arranges the pieces to describe each of their unique energies. Here, Raina tells us about […]

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Ying Li: Alterity – Painting Perceptions

Review by John Goodrich, guest contributor On the day a COVID-19 vaccine becomes available, will we emerge as one, blinking, like groundhogs shaking off hibernation? Probably not; right now it seems more likely we’ll be easing gradually back to our old routines, with theatres, museums and galleries opening one by one and with various restrictions. […]

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Get Lit! Directional Lighting for Dramatic Paintings

Use value effectively to achieve strong lighting and dramatic color. By Kathleen S. Giles I masked the sunstruck areas on the figure and then applied color through pouring and brushwork in Even the Angels Cried (watercolor on paper, 22 x 30), which offers an example of toplighting. I’ve been painting with and teaching watercolor for years, […]

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Du croquis à la peinture – Utiliser un dessin de vie

Cette idée de passer du croquis à la peinture a donc commencé avec un cadre. Je visitais la Peninsula Gallery pour revoir mon inventaire de peinture car ils étaient en train de rouvrir la galerie (après avoir été fermé pour COVID-19). Mon timing était excellent! Non seulement j'ai trouvé une pièce vendue («Cy et l'embrayage […]

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Artistic Inspiration & Excellence: Winning Works

Southwest Art’s Artistic Excellence competition showcases stunning works to inspire every artist. This year marks the tenth anniversary of the Artistic Excellence Competition sponsored by Southwest Art. As we ramp up to celebrating the reveal of this year’s winners in December 2020, we are showcasing the 2019 winners to shine a spotlight on the incredible […]

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Tom Climent: Chance Elements – Jackson's Art Blog

Tom Climent a été sélectionné pour le prix de peinture de Jackson cette année avec sa peinture, Cadran solaire. Dans ce travail à l'huile et au plâtre, une multitude de formes colorées forment une structure géométrique, facettée par la lumière et alourdie par l'ombre. Dans cette interview, Tom discute de sa pratique en studio pendant […]

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Interview with Jean Sbarra Jones

Lush, 30×30 inches, acrylic on panel I was fortunate to become friends with Jean Sbarra Jones during the time we studied painting with John Moore at Boston University’s Graduate School back in the early 1990’s. We kept in touch off and on over the years and I’ve long been impressed with her painterly vision and […]