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Glass mosaic art has been practiced for thousands of years, going back to Ancient Egypt, where it was initially used in palaces. . . read more

The first comic book was born in the United States and is often said to have been officially launched by ‘Famous Funnies’ in. . . read more

EDITOR’S NOTE: Since starting our own art website business (we offer fantastic artist websites for students, by the way) we no longer feel unbiased enough to continue updating lists like the ones below, and some of the details may out of date. Please check each website for current information. Are you passionate about turning your art into a. . . read more

Swiss-made Caran d’Ache Neocolor II watercolor crayons are available in a wide variety of strong bright colors. . . 84 to be. . . read more

Artition.com is a new social network for artists that offers pretty much everything you’d expect from a community-focused. . . read more

Whenever you come across still life paintings depicting things like bread, fruits and vegetables, you're actually seeing the results of a long tradition of food in art.

Historical studies show that the Greeks and Romans prided themselves in the realistic depiction of food in artworks. A glass bowl of fruit was commonly included in Roman paintings to boast of the delicacies that the. . . read more

Created in 2007, PanPastels are innovative pans of pastel pigment that are meant to be scooped, spread, and smoothed using. . . read more

I first learned about MyArtSpace.com when they published an interview with me on their official blog. Unfortunately, my first. . . read more

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The first time I saw a set of oil pastels was at a drugstore in a very small display of art supplies. It cost a dollar and change for a set of 24, two dollars and change for a larger set of 36. The colors looked. . . read more

This post is part of EmptyEasel’s "spread the holiday cheer" experiment, where we’ve simply invited. . . read more

This post is part of EmptyEasel’s "spread the holiday cheer" experiment, where we’ve simply invited. . . read more




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