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How can a gallery and artist work together to maximise publicity and sales?

Mark David Hatwood firmly believes that artists and their galleries should harness the power of social media to work closely for their mutual benefit

There’s a saying that I love and believe to be true of any partnership: ‘A rising tide lifts all boats’. If an artist and gallery work together towards the same end, the artist, the gallery and the other artists within that gallery all benefit. Imagine, if every artist represented by that one gallery worked in the same way – the sky would be the limit for them all!

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Water-based media enthusiasts will find huge inspiration and masses of great advice from professional artists Hazel Soan, Jake Winkle, Cheryl Culver, Paul Weaver and Marie Antoniou this month. Hazel explains how to translate tones into watercolour on paper to maximise the effects of light and shade in your paintings; Jake reveals the watercolour techniques he recommends to paint texture and patterns in animals; Cheryl demonstrates a coastal scene in acrylics; Paul urges you to try quick studies in line and wash to keep your en plein air skills in tip top condition while Marie demonstrates how to use tube black to best effect in your acrylic paintings! Learn more from Adele Wagstaff about the structure of the lower limbs and feet to help improve your figure painting, and the colours to use for skin tones for your coloured pencil portraits from Alyona Nicklesen. With more features on pastel painting, detailed still lifes, a new technique to try and oil painting demonstrations from Peter Graham and Bob Brandt, whatever your favourite subject matter or medium you're bound to find loads to inspire you in this month's issue!