In this two-part series, master framer, Deborah Hill, shares valuable information regarding frame selection, the “ideal” frame, craftsmanship, client/framer relationships, and how to avoid making regrettable choices. » Read More
“It’s a long way from here to Texas,” he was told, “and Texas is a wild State where they are shooting at each other impudently without ever getting punished by the law. San Antonio is an » Read More
Oil Painters of America announces the winning entries for its Western Regional Juried Exhibit and Sale. » Read More
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Judging art shows can be a challenge. It’s not an exact science, thank goodness, and it can often leave room for second guessing oneself.
All art has intellectual, technical and emotional components…and they all need to be considered as part of the judging process. » Read More
Some of the best work being created in figurative painting today is the result of an intensive, systematic, well-planned course of study that could be defined as “academic”. » Read More
Most parents remember these seemingly never ending questions: Why is the sky blue? Why do elephants have trunks? Why is the snow white? Why does it thunder? Why is that policeman pulling us over, Daddy? Why can’t we go to McDonald’s? Why do I have to go to school? Why can’t I stick my finger in the light socket? Why can’t I wear my camouflage cloths to church? Why can’t I go home now?” The questions just keep coming. Sometimes we’d » Read More