"Painting" Blogs & Blog Posts

Jason OlivaJason Oliva

An archive blog of International artist Jason Oliva's recent and past ...

Ruth Hall ArtRuth Hall Art

Fine art by Ruth Hall

Susan Richards ArtworkSusan Richards Artwork

A place for me to show off my artwork, and my poetry and thoughts.

Cock A SnookCock A Snook

Arts../contemporary and video

dot artdot art

A blog about my acrylic dot art.


New main blog/site for @ponor - older posts here: http://ponor.wordpress.co...

Jafabrit's ArtJafabrit's Art

Meanderings of a Multi Media artist who paints, embroiders, crafts, yarnbo...


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If you are searching for the best gouache paint, here's the compiled list of the best gouache paints in this article. Have a look and enjoy gouache painting.

Environmental protestors were arrested on Friday for tossing tomato soup onto Van Gogh’s famous Sunflowers painting at London’s National Gallery. The painting, luckily, was covered by a protective glass panel, and only the frame sustained minimal...

Gregory Jacobsens "Glamour Cats" series is a must-see upcoming LA art exhibit. According to the gallery's Instagram page, these fabulously weird kitties will be on display at the La Luz de Jesus Gallery sometime in December. I just recently learned o...

Oil paint brings the vision of attractive paint colors that are gloriously thick and rich and glowing gazes to life. See the Best Oil Paint for Artists here.

You most likely won’t find a better opportunity than this: For its 10-year anniversary, the small studio of creatives and programmers from Escape Motions is celebrating by selling their creative apps for $10 until Oct. 13. The deal has been such a...

Commercial airplanes are repainted as often as every seven to 10 years and it can cost airlines hundreds of thousands of dollars each time.

My daughter discovered her love of painting on the first day of kindergarten. She came home with several large masterpieces. She installed them on her bedroom wall using non-paint safe tape and declared the exhibit, “Art-tastic!” We were so proud...