Explore to world of art !! Australia's number 1 publisher of Art magazines has created the best Art magazine. This magazine brings the best of all types of art and explores the whole of the art world. Meet inspiring artists using all forms of mediums including drawing. Also each issue we will meet an amazing photographer who will provide a workshop so you can take great photos to enhance your art work. With regular features on how to set up the perfect studio and road test products. We will also visit galleries from all over the world and local exhibitions and art fairs.
Birds of a Feather • The pursuit of perfection is a continual goal for this artist.
Heatwave • This artist finds never-ending inspiration in her own backyard.
Artist’s Hints and Tips
With Camera in Hand • Starting with Kodak film and a keen desire to learn, this passionate photographer is now hooked on the ease and versatility of digital equipment.
Sherman Contemporary Art Foundation
The Tangible Presence of Light • This gifted watercolour artist seeks to capture the inner spiritual light of every flower that she paints.
Tenderness • Amazing attention to detail creates this stunning flower.
High-end Compact & Mirrorless Cameras • Digital SLR cameras have been the norm for professional capture since the advent of digital photography. The past 10 years though has seen a rise in the high-end compact and mirrorless classes of camera that bring excellent quality at a much smaller form factor. This ever-growing market has brought a shift away from DSLRs for enthusiasts, family snappers and even some pros.
Capturing Emptiness • The overriding theme of Sukhi Barber’s work is transformation. Her sculptures, often portraying figures seated in meditation, are far from passive. Caught within a process of refinement, of becoming or dissolving, they reveal the hidden aspirations and potential accomplishments of the spiritual path.
Works on Paper: Hikayat
It’s the colours and textures • Having spent my entire life living in big cities, it’s no surprise to me that my fascination with the urban image has become the overriding theme in my paintings.
Mojito y Che
Toothed Paper for Soft Pastels • This is perhaps a strange topic for a scratchboard artist but there is a point to it since soft pastels and scratchboard share many similarities. They are both ‘drawing’ mediums, and while most pastel artists call themselves painters (myself included), there is no doubt that the technique resembles drawing.
Believe in Yourself • Explaining how artists paint for many reasons, this accomplished artist says she paints for herself, and when others like her work that is a lovely bonus.
It’s all in the detail
Scones are On • With artist Stephanie Boyle