Listen in and review the dialogue between Sherrie and Jackie in today's blog on how teaching art can teach you to become a master.
What Do You Learn from Teaching Art?
Hi, Sherrie. How are you?
I'm good, Jackie, how are you doing?
Good. Good. Today I want to talk about your... Read More
This is a recent interview with Sherrie McGraw. It gives people a different side of her than in the art instructional videos. Hosted by Lori McNee at Fine Art Tips, she helps listeners and viewers discover new things about one of our favorite master artist and instructors. ... Read More
Watch, listen and learn, as Sherrie McGraw and Jacqueline Kamin talk about master drawings compared with contemporary academic atelier drawings.
Michelangelo, Anthony Van Dyke, Peter Paul Rubens, Charles Bargue
Learning to draw is essential in painting. In this blog article and video, you will learn about the Drawing eCourse overview and benefits by Sherrie McGraw. You will see why it is so relatable to artists. Especially those with an interest in learning to draw and improve their painting... Read More
Today's discussion is about drawing materials and tools recommended by Sherrie McGraw and Jacqueline Kamin. Get some tips and ideas on how you can improve your drawing skills with the right drawing materials and tools.
Jackie: Hi Sherrie.
Sherrie: Hi Jackie.
Jackie: Good to see you again today. So we're going to talk... Read More
David Leffel has a illustrious career, and has always made time to teach. Early on, he developed a love of sharing his understanding about painting and drawing with others. At some point, he realized that workshops and class situations limited his access to students. Offering painting and drawing advice... Read More
Many of the greatest artists in American history have walked through the doors of the Salmagundi Club in New York City. Some 55 years ago, a young David Leffel, entered those prestigious doors. And over his lifetime has joined the ranks of those American greats.
I'm Tim Newton, Chairman of the... Read More
How important is drawing to portrait painting
I believe that drawing is so important to portrait painting. From my own experience, drawing has improved my portrait painting. The more I draw the better my hand and eye coordination gets. This allows me to become more accurate and direct with my drawing. Plus... Read More
Learning to draw hands can be intimidating. Hands are one of the most complex forms in the human body, but luckily you have a ready and willing model: your own hand!
Some artists avoid drawing and painting hands because they feel overwhelmed by the different forms and the difficulty... Read More
Bright Light Fine Art is recognized as a top Art Training Membership website for online art instruction!
Please read this wonderful article on the honorable mention for our art training memberships and fine art drawing and painting classes, and services.
Aug 27, 2019 | Article by Master Oil Painting Author
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