This Week: 1/31 through 2/6

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Monday in Video Tutorials – Tomorrow, oil painter Craig Nelson will demonstrate how objects that are “white” in a painting (eggs, for example) must actually made up of several other colors. It’s one thing to know this, and another thing to actually see it in action. I highly recommend tuning in for this video.

Tuesday in Art Tutorials – There are plenty of ways to lug around paints and brushes, but if you want something a little more unique and easy-to-carry don’t miss Tuesday’s article by Lori McNee on building your own pochade box.

Wednesday in Featured Artists – Helene Havard does more than snap photos—she combines and manipulates images to create entirely unique scenes, rich with feeling. Lisa Orgler has the full story on Wednesday.

Thursday in Motivation – As a watercolor painter, Charlene Brown prefers to go to the extremes: watercolor painting, on location, in foreign countries. Learn more about her adventures this Thursday.

Friday in Artist Interviews – We’re finishing up the week by interviewing Tina Scott, professional photographer. She answers questions about creating photo collages, adhering to copyright laws, and knowing how to price your work.

Last week’s articles on EmptyEasel:

VIDEO: How to Apply Watercolor Washes to Your Painting

How To Set Up A Free Art Blog On Blogger (In Just 8 Steps)

Sharlena Wood: Creating, Educating and Entertaining through Art

How to Give New Life to an Unsold Painting – And Make it Sell!

How to Break Free of an Artistic Rut

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