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World's Oldest Drawing?

World's Oldest Drawing?

10 hours ago   |   Gurney Journey

Colored marks on a stone found a cave in South Africa may be the oldest drawing in the world. National Geographic reports that the red-ochre lines are 73,000 years old, nearly...
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Lawson Wood - part 7

Lawson Wood - part 7

22 hours ago   |   Poul Webb

Lawson Wood was born on 23 August 1878 in Highgate, London, the son of landscape artist Pinhorn Wood, and the grandson of architectural artist L.J. Wood. He studied at the...
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Lois in pastel, by Kim Blair

Lois in pastel, by Kim Blair

1 day ago   |   Kim Blair Artist

Lois(14"x11" pastel on gessoed 300 lb w.c. paper) Lois is such a good sport! I told her she is my 'test portrait' because this is the third portrait I painted of her... and as...
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The Power of Suggestion in Painting

The Power of Suggestion in Painting

2 days ago   |   Kem Studios

'Lowcountry Magic' 9x12 pastel ©Karen Margulis available $175 I have wanted to paint this for several years. Ever since I took the photo one gorgeous morning in the South...
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Stopping at the Underpainting

Stopping at the Underpainting

3 days ago   |   Kem Studios

'Beneath it All' 6x8 pastel ©Karen Margulis available $150 I had a little underpainting party the other day. Just me. I turned up the music and just made underpaintings with...
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Horseback Riding Horse Art Equestrian Oil Painting Heidi Malott

Horseback Riding Horse Art Equestrian Oil Painting Heidi Malott

4 days ago   |   Heidi Malott

Barefootoil on panel20186x6 inch drawing and painting horses is always challenging. I may or may not have worked on this one a bit too long. I am finally comfortable with the...
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Lawson Wood - part 6

Lawson Wood - part 6

4 days ago   |   Poul Webb   |   2 articles

Lawson Wood was born on 23 August 1878 in Highgate, London, the son of landscape artist Pinhorn Wood, and the grandson of architectural artist L.J. Wood. He studied at the...
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Doodles and maps

Doodles and maps

4 days ago   |   Denthe

The week had flown by again! I managed to make another map-spread though. If I want to make another map-calendar this year I will need to get going on those. We'll see how far...
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Sharpie September at Lake Mira Mar, San Diego, CA

Sharpie September at Lake Mira Mar, San Diego, CA

4 days ago   |   Urban Sketchers   |   2 articles

I created this drawing with a Sharpie Ulta Fine Marker and watercolor while attending a paint out with Inland Painters. This is the dock at Mira Mar Lake, a reservoir located...
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All About Hearts And Unicorns?

All About Hearts And Unicorns?

4 days ago   |   Irina Sztukowski

I got so many customers asking me to paint Unicorns that I've decided to incorporate two, no, three of my favorite subjects: Horses, Hearts, And Unicorns; into a new coloring...
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Emma Elliott presents new marble sculptures at on form 18

Emma Elliott presents new marble sculptures at on form 18

Emma Elliott is one of forty sculptors selected for on form 18, a biennial exhibition of sculpture in stone at Asthall Manor in the Cotswolds. She joins world renowned and... Read more ...

Caricature Example Thieves

Caricature Example Thieves

There's yet another lively discussion at the International Society of Caricature Artists Facebook page going on, this time about street, fair, theme park, etc. (known... Read more ...

World's Oldest Drawing?

World's Oldest Drawing?

Colored marks on a stone found a cave in South Africa may be the oldest drawing in the world. National Geographic reports that the red-ochre lines are 73,000 years old, nearly... Read more ...

The Shakes 30th Anniversary Gala

The Shakes 30th Anniversary Gala

The Shakes pulled out all the stops to create an amazing 30th Anniversary Gala this year. Gorgeous blue and pink curtains were hung at the entrance and a shimmering silver... Read more ...

A Large-Scale Flocked Steel Mural Accented With Live Foliage by Frank Plant

A Large-Scale Flocked Steel Mural Accented With Live Foliage by Frank Plant

Sculptor Frank Plant creates large-scale sculptural drawings of grouped bodies made from flocked steel. One of his most recent pieces, Grow , presents two groups of students... Read more ...

Lawson Wood - part 7

Lawson Wood - part 7

Lawson Wood was born on 23 August 1878 in Highgate, London, the son of landscape artist Pinhorn Wood, and the grandson of architectural artist L.J. Wood. He studied at the... Read more ...

Have You Tried the New Terry Ludwig Pastel Set Yet?

Have You Tried the New Terry Ludwig Pastel Set Yet?

'Along the River's Edge' 9x12 pastel ©Karen Margulis available $165 I have been patiently waiting to try my new pastel set. I know I don't need any more pastels but I do have a... Read more ...

Monday MADness: Penguin Book Unboxing!

Monday MADness: Penguin Book Unboxing!

My illustrator's copies of MAD's new children's book parody “Don't Let the Penguin Drive the Batmobile” just arrived! The printed book turned out great. It's a 9.25″ square... Read more ...

Sunday Mailbag: Saving Digital Work?

Sunday Mailbag: Saving Digital Work?

Q: How you save old work? Do you keep layered PSD files? Or do you merge layers to save space, knowing that you will never have to go back and edit them again? A: I used to... Read more ...

MAD Issue 4 Sneak Peek!

MAD Issue 4 Sneak Peek!

MAD has started posting sneak peeks of issue 4 on their Instragram , including this close up of a panel from the feature I worked on. It's their “Halloween” issue, so many of... Read more ...

This is What Fujifilm's ‘Cheap' Medium Format GFX 50R Will Look Like

This is What Fujifilm's ‘Cheap' Medium Format GFX 50R Will Look Like

Fujifilm will reportedly be announcing an “affordable” medium format mirrorless camera called the GFX 50R on September 25th, and now new sketches are giving us a first look at... Read more ...