Exciting open calls and residency programs all over Europe, including France, the UK, Austria & Belgium.
For Aspiring And Professional Artists On The Internets
Press coverage is an important career milestone for any artist and can help build your profile.
From skateparks to international train stations and football stadiums, her ‘3D graffiti’ engages with communities and explores non-traditional materials.
We outline seven strategies to help build long-lasting creative friendships in the artist community.
Would you like to try abstract painting for the first time or paint with a little more skill or inspiration? If so, turn to ArtWeb for some timely advice.
It’s a fascinating question for new and experienced oil painters alike: What surface, or ‘support’ to use the popular painters’ parlance, should you actually be painting on when you work with oils? You probably won’t be taken aback when told…
In this artist interview, painter Amber Raye Haigh shares with us her artistic process, ideas, and inspiration. To see more of her work, please visit her online gallery. Editor’s note: This interview has been lightly edited for clarity. Being an…
A specially selected listing of the most exciting residencies, commissions and competitions open to artists in the UK and beyond in October.
Support the ArtWeb community at these October art events across the UK and abroad throughout October.
Today, tapestry is enjoying a rebirth, fuelled by contemporary artists embracing its ancient techniques.
Throughout history the role of an artist has changed dramatically. What is the current role of an artist? What is the purpose of art?
This Edinburgh art guide will direct you to world-class collections of Old Master paintings alongside innovative contemporary galleries.
A guide to writing an artist statement, the essential “who I am and what I do” of your marketing plan that helps you move up as an artist.
A brief guide on the techniques, materials and history of Chinese traditional painting.
Did you know egg tempera is more durable than oil and with a luminosity similar to watercolour?