EmptyEasel will be on hiatus this week (I’m enjoying a little summer vacation) so to all of you here in the US or celebrating abroad, enjoy your 4th of July celebrations and I’ll see you back here on the 10th!
Last week’s articles on EmptyEasel:
How to Paint a Tree-Filled Background With Just a Few Easy Brushstrokes
An Interview With Watercolor Painter, Rebecca Latham
Ewen MacDonald: Ethereal Cityscapes and Landscapes
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A diverse cultural background seems characteristic of most artists these days, and that’s definitely true of painter Ewen MacDonald. After studying history at University College London and the Institute of Education in London, Ewen moved to the deserts of Central Asia and now finds creative in. . . read more
Slight change of plans today, folks—originally I was going to publish a reader-submitted article entitled "What is Art?" but after more consideration I decided that it drew a little too heavily on quotes from Wikipedia and other online sources. I guess I just wanted more personal opinion and l. . . read more
Today's featured artist is Leanne Christie, a Vancouver, Canada oil painter with a true gift for creating dramatic cityscapes and landscapes. Raised in South Africa, Leanne journeyed the world after college graduation. After ten years she found herself in Vancouver, inspired by its striking la. . . read more
Today's submitted artwork is by Brian Simons, a painter from Vancouver Island, Canada. (Incidentally, I featured his brother, David Simons, several months ago on EmptyEasel as well.) While I liked all of Brian's work, I was particularly drawn to his cityscapes. Not only has Brian allowed the p. . . read more
As many of you know, every week I try to publish an article on EmptyEasel that's been written by someone other than myself—they range from opinion articles to full tutorials, and they're usually submitted by readers just like you. Today I wanted to take a moment and publicly thank all of those. . . read more
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