Tony Varney, a fisherman, found a Painting 20 years ago, nobody claimed it, then when he went to sell it a claim was put on it. Who do you think the Painting belongs to? Latest News!
The naive art painter, David Berkowitz Chicago, shares his abstract acrylic painting tips for beginners.
Oil pastels are an underappreciated fine art medium and a gloriously frugal color sketch medium for pastels or oils or anything you want to do. This article describes both fine art and fun hobby art applications with some tips and techniques and useful links.
Up until the discovery of petrolatum and the introduction of toxic chemicals, paints were created using natural ingredients such as: linseed oil, lime, casein from milk, turpentine, citrus oils, chalk and hemp oil. Natural pigments were also used...
Drawing and painting faces is fun and exciting. The portrait artist is a living camera duplicating the individual's appearance with pen and ink or painting with acrylics or oil paints.
An interesting find by the community dumpster leads to an intriguing investigation into an old and beautiful painting.
Still rolling on my 100 Hubs Challenge... can I catch up for the three days I missed by starting late? Derwent is a very wicked British pencil company, formerly called Rexel Cumberland, which has plotted for centuries to soak up as much of my...
If you ever wanted to dive into watercolor but were afraid, I have a few ideas that could help you create successful original art. Don't be afraid of the watercolor media, try it and enjoy.
I love to paint Christmas cards each year, not only because I know how those who receive them look forward to a new card each year, but also because I love drawing and painting, and teaching drawing and painting. Making my own, homemade cards is a fun and relaxing activity - a great break from the...
Answers to common artists' questions e.g. What's the best way for an artist to sign a painting? Should you date as well as sign a painting? How should you sign a fine art print?