As a trained and educated chemist Andrew Irvine’s work explores the intersection between visual art and material science. Part alchemist and artist he creates beautiful pieces of ceramic wall art using raku, iridescent and lustre glazes.
We are thrilled to launch a brand new section on the My Art Resources website – Health and Safety for Artists.
Inspired by biology, botany and the other sciences Karen Carlo Salinger creates fascinating and unique orgomorphic art and sculptures.
By stretching your watercolor paper right, the possibilities are endless! You can create washes that cover your paper completely, drip color ALL OVER your paper, use sponges and credit cards to push the watercolor around, use plastic wrap and bubble wrap to create textures, whatever you like.
After a 20 year career as a graphic designer at companies like Adobe, Apple and Atari Kim Meuli Brown decided to get back to her first creative passion, textiles.
IF YOU CAN SHADE A SPHERE – YOU CAN SHADE ANYTHING! This lesson is all about showing the kids how to shade various three dimensional shapes…not telling them how.
Art can be a powerful, productive force and instrumental in sparking change or critical thinking. Through their curatorial practice, Gutfreund Cornett Art is committed to promoting and supporting local, national, and global art activism. Art can produce a visceral response and can provoke, inspire, or disturb, and opens one’s eyes to worlds other than your own.
Leah Jay is one of our awesome blog contributors as well as a really great artist and teacher. Learn all about her and her “Creativity Boost Box” in her featured interview.
There is something about January that is hopeful and comforting. A clean slate, feelings of anticipation and excitement for a new year are all around. It’s also a great time for reflection on what the past year was like. So we thought we would share a little update of what we did in 2017 over […]
How to shade a sphere – learn yourself or use this lesson to teach others.