Art Tip of the Day Number 3: Taking a Walk

Having an art day and going for a walk can be lots of fun. Whether you walk in the winter, summer, spring or fall, you can enjoy the path you Continue Reading →

Featured Complimentary Video Lesson of the Week – Watercolor Techniques with Nature

Enjoy our free featured video of the week, “Art Through the Year with Sharon Jeffus – Lesson 7 – Watercolor Techniques with Nature.” Take a journey through art with Visual Continue Reading →

Thanksgiving in Art

Thanksgiving is a very special holiday that began in America in 1621 in Plymouth and was prompted by a good harvest. In later years, religious Thanksgiving services were declared by civil leaders such as Governor Bradford, who planned a Thanksgiving celebration and fast in 1623, and it became an annual harvest festival in New England in the late 1660s. Americans were thankful to God for their many blessings. How did the turkey get to be part of the feast? Full of history, literature, art appreciation, master works and a drawing lesson, I am sure you will enjoy this Thanksgiving article. Continue Reading →