Of all the principles defining the quality of an artwork, composition plays a significant role (focal point) and complements other aspects (entourage). A weak composition can divest the piece's inflowing appeal regardless of a painting's execution at an impeccable skill level.
A few events have disrupted life and lifestyles on a global scale, as has the Covid-19 pandemic.The scars of the outbreak are still prominent even after more than a year,and the lurking uncertainty isomnipresent.
Social media has touched each and every aspect of our lives like nothing before. Revolutionized communication, human interaction, business as well as enabled easily accessible platforms of expression. Social media has garnered an unhindered interest among the art community andhas redefined creation as wellas curation of art.
As artists, we all are beginners at some stage. Watercolours in particular can be a bit challenging to work with at the beginning. Watercolour painting allows you all the freedom of expression with countless hues and shades.
Artists are always looking for simple and inexpensive solutions to store their art supplies neatly. On a budget, a solution is repurposing jars for brushes, markers, and other materials. At the same time, paint can be stored in cardboard boxes, plastic containers or toolboxes for all acrylic, oil, gouache and watercolour paints. A bookcase can store all your containers and jars on the shelves. These ingenious craft storage ideas will transform your messy studio into a well-organized arts and crafts space.
Sketching on location and capturing people, places, and moments is an excellent means to connect with a place and experience local vibes. It is a cultural education and a first-hand insight into the amazing things that surround you. As an urban sketcher, you are expressing your unique perspective of things while observing details of architecture, lifestyles, activities and everyday happenings.
It is true to say that “art” can be created any time, any where and with anything. One could be doodling around on newspapers or creating something with a stick on a wet sandy beach. It could even be your toddler scribbling around on walls. Art is spontaneous and a natural expression we all have.
Doodling and Zentangle are great ways to unwind and meditate!
Art is considered a therapeutic activity all over the world. Whether one’s a seasoned artist or somebody who just enjoyed colouring since they were a toddler, the chances are that everybody’s experienced the healing powers of art one way or another.