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Monthly Archives: February 2021

HOW TO DRAW A ROSE PART 1

Why a rose? Roses inspire many people and are one of the most desired subjects people wish to draw. In this article, I will take you through every step of drawing a rose using a block-in method. By following this … Continue reading

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HOW TO DRAW A ROSE PART II

“Atelier” is simply the French word for “studio”. It is a place where artists train in order to master realistic drawing and painting skills. Today, this French term continues to be in use, as that is where most American painters … Continue reading

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WHO IS EDWARD MITCHELL BANNISTER?

Discover the man who helped change the course of art education and become a founding instructor of the Rhode Island School of Design. “Landscape” by Edward Mitchell Bannister from the Smithsonian American Art Museum Edward Mitchell Bannister’s Artistic Journey You … Continue reading

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ART TEACHER GUILT

What Happens When Art Teachers Don’t Have The Answers? Have you ever had students ask you for help with their artwork, and you *gulp* didn’t have the skills or knowledge they were seeking? This happened to me not so long … Continue reading

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