Perhaps the most easily recognized genre in art, the still life is often ranked lowest among the principle subject types of Western art. Here, we explore the longevity of the genre and how artists have made it their own.
It's a studio in a studio! This "Saturday Studio" is brought to you by our High School Intern, Galeena Gephart, who was inspired by Arthur Geisert's book "The Etcher's Studio". Watch her video to learn how to make your own etching!
It's official! The 2021 Scholastic Art & Writing Awards starts today! Get inspired by multiple Award recipient Jocelyn Cooley as she discusses her Award winning portfolio, "Melanocytes", in this artist interview.
Don't let the wording trip you up! In this "Art Term Tuesday", we walk you through the definitions of drawing and illustration and their distinct meanings when discussing art.
Let's get dizzy! This week in the Studio we experiment with Optical art and explore the effects of illusion using color theory and mixing.
In this "Saturday Studio", we take our inspiration from an en plein air diptych by Jennifer Bartlett and create two works: a realistic landscape and an abstracted version of that landscape.
We've featured posts on creating a watercolor, but where did the medium begin? Learn all about it in this "Art Term Tuesday"!
Today, we take inspiration from Indiana native William Richard Crutchfield and create collages combining two unrelated objects: food and transportation!
So many spots! Or are they dots? Today, we're focusing only on the visual, decorative aspects of our work as we create our own pseudo-pointillist painting inspired by Liz Whitney Quisgard.
The recent resurgence of fiber art, a process traced back to medieval weaving of wall tapestries, has aided in its acceptance into the fine art world. What is fiber art? Read on to find out, and visit FWMoA to see fiber artist Claire Zeisler's sculpture!