We've spent the last few months learning about the elements and principles of art only to realize we hadn't defined elements and principles! We've righted that wrong in this post:
We're mad for plaid! As summer turns to fall, we're pulling out our plaid. Inspired by Washington Color School artists Paul Reed and Gene Davis, see how we channeled overlapping colors in this #saturdaystudio.
In love with the shape of art? Us too! We're continuing our discussion of the elements of design by looking at shapes and how artists use them, both through their canvas and composition.
When asked: What is in an art museum? Most people's gut reply is: Paintings! Learn what makes up a painting and how art museum's practice preventative care and conservation in this "Curator's Corner".
We’ve learned that makers of lutes and stringed instruments are called luthiers, but since when were they called that? What came first, the lute, or the luthier? Read on to find out!