Art Blogs I Read Regularly
Alyson Stanfield ~ Art Biz Blog
Maggie Stiefvater ~ Greywaren Art
Marsha Robinett ~ The Extraordinary Pencil
Clint Watson ~ Fine Art Views
Jerry Lebo ~ Sixty Minute Artist
Advice on how to make the most of your studio time.
Tina Mammoser ~ The Cycling Artist
James Gurney ~ Gurney Journey
James Gurney's daily weblog is for illustrators, comic artists, plein-air painters, sketchers, animators, art students, and writers. You'll find practical studio tips, insights into the making of the Dinotopia books, and first-hand reports from art schools and museums.
Katherine Tyrrell ~ Making a Mark
Katherine Tyrrell blogs about making marks with pastels, pencils and pen and ink - Creating new drawings and paintings - Influences on developing both artwork and art careers - Interviews with artists - Information about resources for artists and art lovers.
More Art Blogs
Anima ~ Art by Anima
My own personal blog where I write about art business and marketing, oil pastels, other artists, giclee prints, creativity and inspiration, decorating with art, and where I share my new artwork and my works in progress.
Since October 5th, 2006, Carol Marine has been creating one small still life painting in oil a day and posting them on her blog.
Casey Klahn ~ Endless Summer Art Fair
Casey Klahn ~ The Colorist
Abstract Expressionism, Art Criticism, Artists, Colorist Art, Drawing, History, Impressionism, Modern Art, Painting, Pastel, Post Impressionism
Connie Chadwell ~ Hackberry Street Studio
David Boles ~ Cobalt Blues
St. Louis, Missouri artist, David Boles, shares his drawings and paintings.
Derek McCrea ~ Watercolor Painting Art
Diane Cutter ~ The Itinerant Artist
A bilingual blog regarding the art (printmaking, pastels, watercolors, oils) & travels of artist Diane Cutter.
Gayle Mason ~ Fur in the Paint
Jeanette Jobson ~ Illustrated Life
Jeanette Jobson is a practicing Canadian artist specializing in dry media - graphite, coloured pencil, charcoal and all things in between.
Joe Kaz ~ Landscape Painter
Josť Carrilho ~ The Art Inquirer
The Art Inquirer is a news source for artists and art appreciators.
Julia Marth ~ Oil Pastel Blog
Justin Beckett ~ Conception Studios
Linda Blondheim ~ Art Notes
Linda Blondheim ~ Landscapes of the South
Linda Tenukas ~ The Itinerant Artist
Paintings and musings of contemporary realist artist Linda Tenukas.
Nina Kuriloff is an American artist creating original paintings, including renditions of fantasy trees, landscapes, calla lilies and female nudes.
Nina Kuriloff ~ Tree Paintings
Portland Plein Air and Studio Painters
Pam Peters ~ Art from the Heart
Pam Peters is living on a mountain in the Rockies and working in oils, watercolors, and mixed media to create realistic and impressionistic art.
Where you can see what Rafi Stern is working on and ideas and thoughts in the works.
Ruben Fletcher ~ Crackskull Bob
Shayla Maddox ~ Shayoa
Sue Smith ~ Ancient Artist
Sue Steiner ~ A Multi-Colored Life
Artist Sue Steiner blogs about living a rural lifestyle and finding inspiration in the beauty around her.
Sun Lady Art
W. J. St. Christopher ~ Art166
W. J. St. Christopher invites you to examine her unconventional art stylings and, incidentally, the curious ebb and flow of her mind. The high-impact, contemporary, and neo-traditional images are created in a purely digital environment. Her mind, however, was created . . . elsewhere.
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