Guides for Seeing Art in Berlin
Go see some art! Here is a list of some of our favorite gallery and exhibition guides.
Watercolor Landscape with Limited Palette
Find out why less is more when it comes to color palettes and how to create a unified color world within a painting. From the Watercolor Workshop.
Portrait Drawing Diagrams
Useful tips and diagrams for drawing accurate portraits, from the Drawing Workshop.
Negative Space: from Juan Sánchez Cotán to Rachel Whiteread
See examples of why negative space is not only important for developing a composition, but is also essential to the act of observation. From a lesson in the Drawing Workshop.
"Death and the Maiden" through Art History and Feminism
Artists have been continually fascinated with the motif of "Death and the Maiden." In this class we will explore this theme and look at interpretations from Medieval, Expressionist and Contemporary Feminist artists. From a lesson in the Mixed Media Workshop.
John Singer Sargent's Mugs
Quick portrait drawings by John Singer Sargent, featuring some Edwardian society figures. From the Drawing Workshop.
Naturalists and Drawing
One of the special things about drawing, as a medium, is its versatility. The history of drawing is not limited to fine art, but reaches into architecture, design and science, and more. The Naturalists of the 19th century were simultaneously scientists, explorers, and artists. From the Botanical Drawing Workshop.