Artists' Websites Now

Artists’ Websites Now

Artists’ websites have replaced, to a great extent, the traditional art portfolio. Their advantages are significant. Anyone with an Internet connection can see your site at any time. With a website, you can combine unlimited amounts of text, images, and video seamlessly. A site can add a dimension to your creativity, showing others how you…

Grant Recipients 2013

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Grant Recipients 2013

The Art Students League began awarding major grants to students in 1930. The Edward G. McDowell Travel Grant, earmarked for travel in Europe by unmarried students, was the first and continued to be the only cash award until 1995, when the Phyllis H. Mason Grant—for “traditional” painters—was established. In 1998, the Nessa Cohen Grants were…

Seeing New York

Seeing New York

How to paint the city: Wander around a lot. The more aimless, the better. Buy a good camera and always carry it with you. Take many, many photos. When wandering look for the common, the unexciting, the ordinary. Take note of these scenes knowing that you will make them extraordinary. Look for the contrasts: bright…

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