Thirteen new art lessons including a new Pastels category!

This post was written by admin on December 6, 2009
Posted Under: ArtGraphicA News

Thirteen may be an unlucky number for the superstitious amongst us, but that is the number of new art tutorials being launched on ArtGraphica today. Also included is a new ‘Pastels’ category; a wonderful medium that should not be neglected.

In no particular order, we start with French artist Gerard Mineo’s pastel portrait lesson of Robert de Niro, self-taught artist Kari Tirrell’s realistic pastel Dog Portrait and Larry Blovits’ Early Morning in the Smokies pastel landscape demo.

Fantasy artist Jeff Haynie has contributed The Sword of the Spirit in the oil painting section, along with two fantastic ocean scenes by Doug Purdon and Kenn Backhaus: Breaking Surf and Shaw Cove. Doug also shares a step-by-step art demo of New York in 1982 showing the former Twin Towers, using watercolour and gouache. English born, Canadian artist, John Fisher shows how to paint a silver plated teapot in watercolours, whilst American artist Donald Neff demonstrates plein air painting in acrylics.

Over in the Drawing and Sketching category we have four new art tutorials. American artist Marsha Robinett has contributed The Clubs and Drawing Young Children, using her signature style that combines Wolff’s carbon pencils, with charcoal and graphite. Illustrator Paula Pertile uses colour pencils to render a delicious looking slice of Cotswold cheese, complete with cherry tomato and finally, but not least, Barbara Newton also uses coloured pencils to demonstrate the drawing of a piece of garlic, complete with grisaille techniques.

the clubs, drawing lesson
robert de niro portrait lesson
ny, 1982, watercolour and gouache
painting metal, watercolour lesson
plein air, ocean painting, oils
ocean, oil painting tutorial
plein air acrylic demonstration
cotswold cheese tutorial
fantasy sword painting, oils
pastel pet portrait
pastel landscape painting
how to draw young children
coloured pencil tutorial

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