As artists, paper remains an important invention that we frequently use. Here we take you through the history of paper from it’s early begins to present day.
A lot of people wonder what the wooden pieces are for which come with a canvas. This article should help answer some of your questions!
For over 17 years watercolour artist Nicholas Poullis has been exploring cultural themes and influences seen along the root of ancient Roman roads that lead from Spain through France to Italy.
Snow scenes are great subjects to explore using oils and this view had everything I enjoy painting in a winter landscape. The dark river set against sunlit snow, leading the eye to the snow-capped building...
We’ve brought together 12 artists from up and down the country (one artist from each region of the UK) to create a truly socially distanced piece of artwork.
Fineliner pens are favoured by artists looking to create detailed and precise linework. Their plastic or fibre nibs are usually long and in metal casing so they can be used with a variety of sketching...
Acrylic pouring can seem like a fairly simple technique. However, you can create a wide range of colourful patterns with the same paints by just adjusting your methods. Try out some of these fun techniques.