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Dod Procter RA Lillian, 1923, © courtesy of the Procter Estate / Bridgeman Images, oil on canvas, 201⁄2x161⁄2in (52x42cm), at Darkness into Light: The Emotional Power of Art at the Millennium Gallery, Sheffield

Millennium Gallery, Sheffield


Bankside Gallery

48 Hopton Street SE1.

• 020 7928 7521 www.banksidegallery.comMini Picture Show; works on a small scale by members of the RWS and RE, November 30 to January 20.

Barbican Art Gallery

Silk Street EC2.

• 020 7638 8891 Couples: Art, Intimacy and the Avantgarde; exploring creative relationships across painting, sculpture, photography, design and literature, until January 27.

Dulwich Picture Gallery

Gallery Road SE21.

• 020 8693 5254; Art of Violence; until January 27.

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About The Artist

Welcome to the first issue of 2019 to inspire and inform your artistic development, including all the information you will need to plan your entries to the best open competitions throughout the year in our extensive 5-page guide. We also see the start of two new series, by Ruth Buchanan on how to draw and paint animals with confidence, and Mark David Hatwood on all aspects of marketing and how to make money from your artwork. There are practical articles and demonstrations showing you how to adapt your painting techniques for coloured pencil work, with amazing results, how to paint a self-portrait as well as a stunning faded rose, both in watercolour, and how to make your watercolours more dynamic by using watercolour grounds. Our top artist contributors also share their expertise on best practice for working on the spot, how to plan a complex composition, paint your first realist still life in acrylic, use your sketchbooks to work out your ideas, how to paint successfully from your photos and which colours to mix in oils to achieve a sense of space in your landscapes. With all this and much more, there's plenty to keep you drawing and painting over the festive period. Enjoy!