Hayfield Oak Leaves #4 | The Unfathomable Artist

“Hayfield Oak Leaves – Original” [12th August 2022] by Matt The Unfathomable Artist, drawing with H, HB, 4B and 8B, signed in black ink on 280gsm 250mm x 300mm gesso primed canvas [pad], digitally edited picture 2642 x 3116 pixels. Adhering to on from my previous collection “Cluster of Oak […]

First Days of Art with Kindergarten!

I have uncovered that just about every single art trainer has struggled with training kindergarten at some time. I believe the purpose is that they are like a magical bag of tips: you never ever At any time know what to anticipate! That’s why I focused an entire section of […]

The Colour Pencil Pressure Test

In my next report about employing color pencil I am concentrating on strain. Understanding the strain you use when laying down pencil is 1 of the most essential elements of performing with this medium. Listed here I will clarify how to evaluate and alter the stress you use to help […]

Medieval Hungary: Medieval Manuscripts in Esztergom

From the 11th to the 31st of March, an exhibition offers the medieval manuscripts of the Cathedral Libray of Esztergom. Titled “For They View for Your Souls…” – Codices in the Cathedral Library of Esztergom, the exhibition is on check out in the recently restored exhibition rooms of the Bibliotheca. […]

Painting the Emotional Landscape | Communication Arts

How did you get started out in illustration and acquire your skills? I actually didn’t review illustration—or even know it was some thing I could do—until just lately. I studied black-and-white images at the College of California, Santa Cruz, and then received a put up-baccalaureate in painting from the San Francisco Art Institute. I […]

Giulia Zompa – Center for Italian Modern Art

Drop-Winter 2022-23   Giulia Zompa is a last calendar year Ph.D. College student in Present-day Artwork Record at the University of Milan (Italy). Her doctoral analysis focuses on the Italian creative situation between the 1980s and 1990s taking into thought, as a situation review, what occurred at the exhibition degree […]

ArtCatto Gallery – my daily art display

Janice K. Johnson

Often when you visit small galleries which are staging a joint exhibition of paintings done by a small number of artists, you like some and are disappointed with others.  I was in Portugal last week and my visit coincided with an opening of a joint exhibition at a local gallery […]