In this blog, Sherrie gives Stacy a critique on an oil painting portrait in progress. Sherrie shows how the structure of the head depends on getting a more accurate read of the hairline as it describes the skull, or in some cases, where a scarf or hat meets the... Read More
I finished my major work—Obeisance—for American Masters at the
Salmagundi Club in New York
As this show is fast becoming one of the premier shows to exhibit in, I wanted to paint something special for its 10th Anniversary exhibition. Last year I put in a watershed painting, The Playthings of Time,... Read More
The Languages of Painting and Drawing
Sherrie explains why painting and drawing are very different languages and require very different solutions. Drawing is an intimate medium meant to be seen up close but painting is meant to be seen from far away. The Kings and the Pope commissioned work from... Read More
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Do you want to fall in love with drawing again? Have you always wanted to draw but were intimidated by the dry, tedious... Read More
By David A Leffel
This book is not only one of the most important books on understanding the foundation of learning to paint, it is also a magnificent gallery of more than 140 color reproductions of work from throughout Leffel’s illustrious career. Paintings are reproduced in their entirety as well... Read More
Some have called The Language of Drawing the definitive instructional book on the art of line. If the reader is looking for an alternative to rendered academic drawing, this is the book to buy. McGraw helps restore the child-like vigor and delight to drawing while bringing it firmly into... Read More