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Drawing Basics: Costumes, Clothes or Nothing At All
Sunday, May 25th 2014   -   By: Courtney Jordan   -   www.artistdaily.com
Julie Seated with Hands Clasped by Steven Assael, 2007, drawing, 22 x 15.5. We all know that drawing the nude figure is a, if not the , classical way of depicting the human body. You gain so much from those kind of explorations--a sense of gesture, a foundation for drawing anatomy , and a close study of bodily proportions, which are crucial for establishing realism in any figurative representation. But breaking the mold and adding clothing to your figure drawing art can lead to quite a few benefits...( read more )
Get Me a Brush, Stat!
Saturday, May 24th 2014   -   By: Jerry Saltz   -   nymag.com
The National Academy’s splendid show catches a moment when the New York art world thought painting was dead—and took heroic measures to revive it.
A #FakeMemory You Have To See To Believe
Friday, May 23rd 2014   -   www.npr.org

Photos from childhood can often elicit rich memories, even when we can't truly remember the event. We asked you to share your favorite #fakememory on Instagram; this is what you told us.

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The Metropolitan Museum of Art Opens Up with 400,000
Friday, May 23rd 2014   -   By: Dion   -   feedproxy.google.com

This is such a great way to lose an hour or two online! The Metropolitan Museum of Art has grown its image archive online by 400,000. The museum is allowing free access to the images and free non-commercial use. They’ll be Open Access for Scholarly Content (OASC) which means they’re freely available to use for scholarly and academic publication. My only question is what took you so long? It’s 2014!

Here’s some highlights from the museum collection..

Cuneiform tablet: administrative account of barley distribution with of
Impressionists With Benefits? The Painting Partnership Of
Friday, May 23rd 2014   -   www.npr.org

A new exhibit explores the intense relationship between French painter Edgar Degas and American painter Mary Cassatt. No one knows whether it was romantic, but there was certainly no lack of passion.

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Building Up Line
Thursday, May 22nd 2014   -   By: Courtney Jordan   -   www.artistdaily.com

Minerva by Auguste Rodin simultaneously shows the centered

grounding of the human body's core and the fluidity of its limbs. 

Painting is closer to three-dimensionality than drawing simply by way of the medium. You can build up sculpted areas and thick passages of paint, which is much harder to do in ink, charcoal, or pencil. That's why I like to think of drawing with a sculptor's sensibility, so that from the get-go I am in the mindset of trying to solidify and turn forms on the page.

Remembering my angles. I a
Overexposed? Camera Phones Could Be Washing Out Our Memories
Thursday, May 22nd 2014   -   www.npr.org

When you snap lots of photos, psychologists say you're subconsciously relying on the camera to remember the experience for you. And your memory, they say, may suffer because of it.

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Victor Rubin Exhibition to Close Eva Breuer Gallery in
Thursday, May 22nd 2014   -   By: Dion   -   feedproxy.google.com

Another art gallery in Sydney will close at the end of this month. After twenty years the Eva Breuer gallery will close its doors for the last time with an exhibition of works by Victor Rubin. Nicky McWilliam, the daughter of the late gallery founder says she no longer has the time required to run the business the way it should be. Coincidentally, Queen’s “Another one bites the dust” song just started playing on my iTunes shuffle!

I wouldn’t own an art gallery in Australia at the moment if you paid me to! Well maybe if you paid me I I
Plein Air Painting on the Mighty Mississippi
Wednesday, May 21st 2014   -   By: johnandann@theartistsroad   -   www.artistdaily.com
We believe in the truth of the adage that there are "diamonds in our own backyards." To live it instead of just talking about it, we made the short trip to paint the Mississippi River near St. Louis, Mo. just a few hours from our door. We have always been inspired by rivers big and small. Whether the subject is interesting wildlife or fabulous light or the raw power of nature, there is always something great to see and paint along them. Over the years, we have returned to these rivers to...( read more )
Kids Growin’ Up In the Heartland
Tuesday, May 20th 2014   -   By: Courtney Jordan   -   www.artistdaily.com

I love that John Cougar Mellencamp song! Mostly because it reminds me of being young, and that life is full of possibilities and change. It's also a great reminder that the "small" stories of our everyday lives are the ones that matter most.

Roanoke by Mary Whyte,

watercolor on paper, 2007.

Mary Whyte extols these same ideas in her watercolor art , especially in her series Working South. These beautiful watercolor paintings show people of humble means--like mill workers, fishermen, farmers, and even a shoeshine are

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