BJI
Blogs Just In ...

Home Select a Category

Art Blogs

Explore the creative skill and imagination of the artist in these blogs – fine art to street art, you can enjoy the adventure.

Colossal – An art and design blog

Latest Post: August 21, 2019
A Dyed Wool Cloak Made From Scratch in the Chinese...

Post Preview:
Li Ziqi ( previously ) presents pastoral glimpses into daily life on her farm in the countryside of China through her Youtube channel . She records common projects and necessities with precision and care, often focusing on the tasks needed to created a multi-course traditional meal or...
View post.

Painting my World

Latest Post: August 21, 2019
Tips for a Watercolor Underpainting

Post Preview:
'Journey's End'                 8x10             pastel              ©Karen Margulis available $175  It is elusive....that wonderful peek of watercolor under a thin veil of pastel. Sometimes I am successful and sometimes it doesn't go as planned. But I remind myself that the creation of a...
View post.

gapingvoid

"transform your corporate culture with art"

Latest Post: August 20, 2019
Is The Juice Worth The Squeeze

Post Preview:
  To be successful is a lot more work than people think, and often, the juice may not be with the squeeze. Is being successful really … The post Is The Juice Worth The Squeeze appeared first on Gapingvoid .
View post.

The Experiment Station

A blog from The Phillips Collection in Washington D.C.

Latest Post: August 19, 2019
Dear Dove, Dear Phillips, Dear Stieglitz: The Geneva Years

Post Preview:
Through correspondence in the Phillips archives, photographs, and more, the Reading Room exhibition Dear Dove, Dear Phillips, Dear Stieglitz explores the relationship between artist, patron, and gallery dealer. Read THE EARLY YEARS, 1912-1933 THE GENEVA YEARS, 1933-1938 In 1933, following the...
View post.

A Plein Air Painter's Blog

Latest Post: August 17, 2019
Summer Painting Retreat Report

Post Preview:
Perched 14x11 Oil - Available From the trail, edged with beach rose and meadowsweet, I enjoyed a broad vista of miles of ocean, dappled with sun diamonds.  The swells broke so  gently against the dark rocks that they created just a whisper of white foam.  Although my thirteen painters had strung...
View post.

Art Instruction For Beginners

Art Instruction Blog - Free art lessons & tips on a variety of...

Latest Post: August 14, 2019
Comment on You Asked: Pen Drawing on Canvas? by Carter

Post Preview:
Whenever I do a piece with acrylic and ink (often pigment ink like in Microns), I follow a couple of rules that have helped me avoid smearing the ink. Rule 1 - do all of the acrylic first, waiting to use a Micron until it is completely dry. Micron on top of acrylic WILL smear if you paint on top...
View post.

ART21 Magazine

An online space for insightful writing on contemporary art and artists

Latest Post: August 1, 2019
Demons and Deities: Martine Gutierrez’s Indigenous...

Post Preview:
Barbara Calderón analyzes the themes of Indigenous Woman, an art magazine produced by multimedia artist Martine Gutierrez.
View post.

Nancy Reyner - Blog

Latest Post: July 31, 2019
About Contemporary Painter Amy Hughes

Post Preview:
If you haven’t seen HerStory, I highly recommend experiencing it for an art “high”. This annual juried online exhibition of women artists curated by Renee Phillips, showcases high quality art in a wide variety of styles and mediums. Phillips has been dedicated to presenting this show annually, as...
View post.

Thomas Jefferson Kitts | Blog

Latest Post: July 23, 2019
Sorolla's Color Palette – Outdoors, from about 1905 on...

Post Preview:
Sorolla's Outdoor Palette Below is a pdf that lists the outdoor color palette preferred by Sorolla from about 1905 on. It also offers a few contemporary alternate palettes you can use to achieve similar mixes. I am posting it for you, my loyal blog readers, and for those in Ireland who will be...
View post.

Current Blog Categories

Select your favorite category
and bookmark it.

Suggest a Blog!

Be the first to
suggest your favorite blog!

The URL of the blog's home page.

Select an appropriate category.

Or, suggest a category

The software that runs this specialized blog aggregation site was built by
Will Bontrager Software LLC.
The website has both commercial and free software available.
Further, custom software can be created to meet your exact requirements.