Best Painting Blogs List
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About Blog - The home of The Artist's Magazine, Watercolor Artist, Pastel Journal, Drawing magazine, North Light Books, WetCanvas and more! These magazines celebrates the creative life and the creative act, the artist as well as the art, by showcasing the best work—in all media and in all styles—of the best artists working today.
New York, NY
About Blog - Artist Daily teaches the basics and techniques of drawing and painting. Techniques include oil painting, watercolor painting, and drawing basics. This is a place where artists come together to exchange advice, support one another, and share in the camaraderie of making art.
London, England, UK
About Blog - Jackson's Art blog run by artists for artists, where you'll find the premium selection from their vast online range of the world's finest art materials and equipment by Julie, Christine & Duncan.
Frequency - about 6 posts per week
About Blog - This daily weblog by Dinotopia creator James Gurney is for illustrators, plein-air painters, sketchers, comic artists, animators, art students, and writers. James Gurney wrote "Color and Light: A Guide for the Realist Painter," he also wrote and illustrated "Dinotopia: A Land Apart from Time.
San Francisco, CA
About Blog - Reddit Painting - Functioning like an artist cooperative gallery, this is the place where beginning to advanced painters display their work in an ongoing group discussion. Artists who post their work are strongly encouraged to interact with their fellow subscribers and be prepared to discuss their concept, process & technique.
About Blog - Carol L. Douglas is a plein air, landscape and figure painter.She teaches out of her Rockport studio. She has taught in Maine, New Mexico and New York and shown in galleries across the United States.
About Blog - Lines and Colors is a blog about painting, drawing, sketching, illustration, comics, cartoons, webcomics, art history, concept art, gallery art, digital art, artist tools and techniques, motion graphics, animation, sci-fi and fantasy illustration, paleo art, storyboards, matte painting, 3d graphics and anything else.
About Blog - The Painting Perceptions blog was started in early 2009 by Larry Groff. This site started with an emphasis on painters who had some connection to observed vision in their work but over time the blog grew to become more inclusive; as much perceptions on painting as it is about perceptual painting. We examine a wide range of stylistic approaches from extremely loose abstraction to precise realism a
About Blog - Mitchell Albala’s semi-abstract and atmospheric landscapes have been exhibited nationally and in Seattle at Harris Harvery Gallery. His painting blog serves as a companion to his book, "Landscape Painting: Essential Concepts and Techniques for Plein Air and Studio Practice", is a national bestseller.
About Blog - My love of pastel and the enjoyment I receive from teaching about pastel inspired the creation of this website. On it, I want to offer not only my own workshops both on- and off-line but also tips and reviews and opinions, and all manner of information regarding pastels, their use and pastels done through the years – old and new.
About Blog - Acrylic painting tutorials for beginner through advanced artists. Discover hundreds of step-by-step video tutorials designed to teach you how to develop your fundamentals & artistic style by Richmond artist Robert Joyner.
About Blog - William works in oil and pastel. He views figures, landscape, or still life as opportunities to explore the effects of light on form. Painting from life, he seeks to capture the emotion of a particular moment and place. Sargent, Zorn, Fechin, and Sorolla have been his influences.
About Blog - Fine art in watercolor, oil, and other media by Frank Eber.
About Blog - William E. Elston is a professional artist and teacher living in the Pacific Northwest. He has exhibited for over 40 years, and has works in numerous public and private collections, both in the region and internationally. He is best known for urban and rural landscape images.
About Blog - Jennifer Young's fine art gallery of original plein air and studio landscape paintings. She creates Vibrant Italian Landscapes, Paintings of France, Paintings of the American South, and Still Life.
hood river, Oregon, USA
About Blog - Cathleen Rehfeld an oil painter love doing small daily oil paintings. They have an immediate freshness about them. Whatever you are thinking about that day goes into them, almost like a visual diary. She love the creamy color and intense luscious look of oil paint, making brushstrokes that bring out that quality in the paint and try new ideas, colors, and subject matter.
Cape Cod , Massachusetts
About Blog - Betsy Payne Cook paints exclusively with pastels, & is acknowledged as a Juried Master Artist at the Cape Cod Art Association. Betsy's paintings depict her impressions of the landscape & its abundance of colors. She paints both en plein air & in her studio; & conveys her love of the outdoors n each painting.
About Blog - A Dutch artist very committed to painting every day directly from the subject without significant corrections, glazes or studio refinements. René's paintings have a faithfulness to nature & a sense of authenticity which is immediately striking.Despite René's difficult working conditions, there are many painterly subtleties to his oil paintings with interesting brushwork, rubbed, scraped & texture.
About Blog - Robert Yonke works out of two studios, one in Pittsburgh, PA & the other in Swanton, MD. He works mostly in watercolor and focuses on subjects he loves, such as music, the mountains & the outdoors. Noted for his loose style with watercolors, Robert's art has been shown in many galleries throughout the region. He is a member of the Garrett County Arts Council, The Pittsburgh Watercolor Society.
About Blog - Oil paintings by Abbey Ryan. He makes "A Painting a Day". His paintings have been featured in O, The Oprah Magazine's "Live Your Best Life—Women Who Make Beautiful Things," Seth Godin's bestseller, Linchpin: Are You Indispensible?, and FOX's Good Day Philadelphia.
About Blog - Lisa Andrews's vision was to create a place by using art, specifically painting, as an icebreaker to create conversations & connections to celebrate occasions & raise funds to give back to the community. Lisa hopes that Artique has & will continue to create for people an appreciation for the arts & and leave feeling inspired!
About Blog - Lena Rivo uses color, value and composition to explore mood and emotion in her paintings and enjoys painting a variety of subjects including landscape, still life and figures, both in the studio and outdoor on location. She works directly from life to capture the qualities and nuances of natural light and color harmony.
Pennsylvania, United States
About Blog - Taryn Day's style of painterly realism is inspired by the work of modern painters who combine realism with a strong emphasis on abstract design, such as Richard Diebenkorn, Fairfield Porter, Edwin Dickinson and Edward Hopper.
About Blog - John McCoy an Illustrator and Fine Artist based in Cincinnati, Ohio. His work is predominantly digitally and traditionally painted illustrations, created for various venues and projects, including public installation, murals, magazines, and books.
About Blog - Amanda is a New Zealand based contemporary artist working primarily in the medium of painting. Her work extends ideas of abstraction, the landscape, and scale. Her work is included in private collections in New Zealand, Australia, the United States of America, and the United Kingdom. In 2015 she was a finalist in the New Zealand Painting and Print Award, and long-listed for the Aesthetica Art Prize. Amanda develops her
Cedar Rapids, Iowa
About Blog - Karen Cooper is a figurative painter, who paint with oil or acrylic paints on canvas. She do not make reproductions of any of my paintings, so each one that you look at is a unique rendering of her point of view.
About Blog - Using pastels, Lee McVey creates landscapes people feel they can walk right into. Her love of nature began when she was a young girl walking in the woods with her grandparents. Those experiences have inspired Lee to focus on studio and plein air landscape painting.
About Blog - Using a makeshift easel made from a cigar box, Duane Keiser made a postcard-sized painting each day. His work resides in several corporate collections and hundreds of private collections worldwide, including the Gregory Peterson Collection. His "A Painting a Day" blog has been written about in numerous publications, including USA Today, The New York Times and, The Huffington Post.
About Blog - Representational landscape painter specializing in aspen trees and forests. Her chosen medium is oil, with variety of brushwork, thick and thin, loose and detailed. It gives her the opportunity to portray the breadth and scale of nature.
About Blog - Chris Brandley Art includes everything from painting commercial and residential murals and faux finishes, to painting oil on canvas. Ms. Brandley’s paintings embrace a range of subjects, with her focus being on her expression of how a moment in time makes her feel, using light and vivid color.
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