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Issue Number:
274
On Sale:
01/10/2021
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£4.99
Print Edition:
£3.36 (plus postage)

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Capture a dramatic cloudburst using pastels, make the most of limited time by creating lively watercolour landscapes, how to paint interior scens and much more!

On Sale: 01/10/2021

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What's in this Issue?

Features:

  • Caroline Saunders talks to Janette Summerfield about the subtle layering of tones and stippled textures in her pastel landscapes
  • Morag Stevenson, winner of The Artist Award in the 2020 Society of Women Artists’ annual exhibition talks to Susie Hodge about her vibrant still lifes in acrylic
  • Sarah Edmonds underlines the importance of marketing for attracting potential buyers
  • Mike Barr examines the role of judges in art exhibitions and competitions

Practical painting and drawing:

  • Peter Cronin advises using a limited palette for watercolour landscapes
  • Adele Wagstaff considers the importance of the relationships and temperature of tone when making an oil study of the head
  • Find out how pastel can be used to paint architectural subjects with Steve Hall
  • Learn to create depth in watercolour paintings as Brian Smith concludes his latest series
  • Capture interior scenes of pubs, cafés and restaurants with Adebanji Alade
  • Follow Sandra Orme‘s tips and advice as she demonstrates how to capture a dramatic cloudburst of rain using pastel
  • Clare Bowen offers tips and encouragement to would-be plein-air painters
  • Robert E Wells examines the use of perspective and close cropping to intensify visual impact as he paints a city scene in oils
  • Paul Talbot-Greaves shares his tips and techniques for making lively watercolour landscapes when time is limited
  • Hilary Page offers tips and advice on how to make house portraits part of your artistic repertoire
  • Peter Burgess shows you how to finish your frames with paint and a thin beading of wax gilding

Plus:

  • The Art World
  • Your views
  • Exhibitions
  • Opportunities
  • This month's PaintersOnline Editor's Choice Award

All this and more in the November issue of The Artist

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