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The Artist Magazine

(2 Customer Reviews)   |     Write Review 13 issues per year The UK’s best practical art magazine for aspiring amateur and professional artists - since 1931. Well-known artists reveal their working practices and techniques, covering all subjects and media, in every issue.

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The Artist  |  October 2013  


Welcome to a bumper issue! You get even more value for money with this issue, which includes an additional 16 pages of holidays and courses to choose from to help you with your artistic development, as well tips from Hazel Soan on painting in watercolour in humid climates. We interview professional artists Sarah Bowman about her approach to her still lifes, Noel Paine about his landscapes in oils and Polish artist Agata Wojcieszkiewicz discusses how she tackles portraiture. Practical features include painting lost and found edges in watercolour by Jake Winkle, tips on perspective from Paul Riley, Molly Schmid demonstrates an oil painting of a still life with her cat and marine artist John Scott Martin shows how he captures light and movement. Approaches to drawing are highlighted by Tom Robb, whilst Charles Reid shares his tips on on-site watercolour sketching. We test report the new Golden High Flow Acrylics, Peter Graham paints the landmarks of Sydney, and we go wild with wildlife artist Carry Akroyd. Colour mixing, mounting and framing also feature in this issue, as well as all the usual news, views, competitions and opportunities for artists. It's certainly a bumper issue for everyone, whatever your subject matter or medium of choice!
The UK’s best practical art magazine for aspiring amateur and professional artists - since 1931. Well-known artists reveal their working practices and techniques, covering all subjects and media, in every issue. Learn how established and up-and-coming artists create their work and use the tips they provide to help you improve your own drawing and painting. Keep up to date with the latest art materials, tried and tested by our trusted panel of expert artists, and keep in touch with the latest art competitions to enter and must-see exhibitions. Learn how other artists make money from their work, join one of our practical workshops/holidays, and don’t miss out on the latest art news and views.
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   Great value for money Reviewed Tuesday, February 17, 2015
I can't believe how much is packed into one magazine. There is something for everyone whatever your favourite medium.
   Simply the best Reviewed Sunday, November 25, 2012
This mag is a must buy for all inspiring artists no matter what your level
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The Artist   |   October 2013   


Welcome to a bumper issue! You get even more value for money with this issue, which includes an additional 16 pages of holidays and courses to choose from to help you with your artistic development, as well tips from Hazel Soan on painting in watercolour in humid climates. We interview professional artists Sarah Bowman about her approach to her still lifes, Noel Paine about his landscapes in oils and Polish artist Agata Wojcieszkiewicz discusses how she tackles portraiture. Practical features include painting lost and found edges in watercolour by Jake Winkle, tips on perspective from Paul Riley, Molly Schmid demonstrates an oil painting of a still life with her cat and marine artist John Scott Martin shows how he captures light and movement. Approaches to drawing are highlighted by Tom Robb, whilst Charles Reid shares his tips on on-site watercolour sketching. We test report the new Golden High Flow Acrylics, Peter Graham paints the landmarks of Sydney, and we go wild with wildlife artist Carry Akroyd. Colour mixing, mounting and framing also feature in this issue, as well as all the usual news, views, competitions and opportunities for artists. It's certainly a bumper issue for everyone, whatever your subject matter or medium of choice!
As a subscriber you'll receive the following benefits:

  A discount off the RRP of your magazine
  Your magazine delivered to your door each month
  You'll never miss an issue
  You’re protected from price rises that may happen later in the year
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You'll receive 13 issues during a 1 year The Artist magazine print subscription.
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