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May 2016

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Tom Wood talks about his abstract and figurative work with Caroline Saunders

In Conversation:

Susie Hodge talks to Rebecca Fontaine-Wolf, winner of The Artist Award at the 2015 Society of Women Artists' annual exhibition

Practical painting and drawing:

  • Give your florals some viatlity with Aine Divine
  • Peter Brown relives a painting trip to India
  • How to paint arresting portraits with Jason Bowyer
  • Glyn Macey invites you to paint a rushing river using acrylics in 60-minutes
  • Wet-in-wet or wet-up-to-wet? Jake Winkle explains how and when to use these watercolour techniques
  • Loosen up with Paul Talbot-Greaves for this month's acrylic exercise
  • Deborah Walker captures the light and moods of water in her large-scale watercolours
  • Martin Kinnear explains how oil glazes can craete translucency
  • Oil painting from sketches and photographs with Kevin Scully
  • Geoff Hunt introduces his minimum sketching kit
  • How to avoid a washed-out look in watercolour with Paul Weaver
  • E is for experiment - the A-Z of colour with Julie Collins
  • Charles Williams muses on why life drawing is still relevant for today's artists
  • How to keep costs down when showing and selling online with Katherine Tyrrell


  • Julian Halsby recommends the Inquisitive Eyes exhibition at Bristol's Royal West of England Academy
  • Your views
  • The Art World
  • Exhibitions
  • Opportunities

All this and much more in the May issue of The Artist - out on March 24