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1. Plein Air Magazine
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2. Watercolor
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3. New American Painting
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4. Airbrush Technique
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5. L Aquarelliste
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6. Painted Monkey
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11. Classical Realism Newsletter
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20. Peinture Sur Soie

1. Plein Air Magazine
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Asin: B0002I7VO8
Catlog: Magazine
Publisher: Streamline Media
Sales Rank: 648
Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars Magnificentpublication
I received today, in Sao Paulo, the September issue.
The magazine is beautiful, with lots of paintings printed with high qualitycolors and paper.
It is a source of inspiration and reference for artists of all mediums. Painting demonstrations are presented showing the diferent approaches.
Book review, New product review, Artist photo gallery, International Plein air, Museums & auctions,etc, are some of the monthly departments.
It is a link between artists, collectors , galleries and museums.
I do not agree with the review posted by the anomynous NY critic, a typical false authority. Van Gogh, Renoir and an infinity of talents were also not accepted by the critics.

5-0 out of 5 stars FINALLY!!!!
It is with a breath of fresh air that we finally get a magazine devoted to the Plein Air genre.Great articles with the top plein air painters in the country grace the pages of this top notch publication.Fine quality photos on the best paper stock make for long hours of perusing by artists and collectors alike.This is a must have magazine for anyone interested in art!!!!!The subscription rate is $29.99 for 13 issues, a deal.Thanks to Plein AIr Magazine

5-0 out of 5 stars GREAT Beginnings. . . .
Plein Air magazine has produced two issues, each one offering the collector and painter substantial images and content in order to loudly identify, document, illustrate and encourage the traditions of on location painting.

Since the magazine is young, of course the 'fab five' will find their places on the pages....but surely, as the months progress, new faces will emerge.Painters from New England, painters from the Southeastern US, and painters from the Midwest will be revealed, many of them joining the ranks of the bright stars who presently occupy many conversations of plein air painting.This magazine is one terrific step in the right direction in order to present the interested public with some new faces on the contemporary representational art scene. Each of the two issues has introduced us to experienced painters working in their home regions, painting what inspires them the most.

Each of the two issues has equally introduced or maybe re-introduced us to some of the historical stalwarts of the plein air scene. Images and content about these masters cannot be left out of this ambitious publishing venture.

Young painters, mature painters, and fine art collectors will find something in each issue which can open their personal understandings about the experience of direct painting...on location painting...plein air painting.

The magazine shows tremendous promise !Surely there will be changes as each issue is produced, yet, the publishing team seems hell-bent on producing a fine art magazine, second to none.

Three cheers, and three cheers more for the GREAT BEGINNINGS in publishing Plein Air magazine.

4-0 out of 5 stars Revival is in the AIR -- Plein Air!
Waiting for this new publication was like waiting for Santa to arrive Christmas morning. Anticipation turned into jubliation when the Inaugural Issue arrived.
The Plein Air Magazine exceeded my expectations in both quality and content. I was thrilled to see the high quality images of both past and present plein air artists. What a delight to find information on the historical and modern masters as well as the emerging artists in one resource.
To me painting on location is one of the best ways to create realistic representational art no matter what medium the artist chooses to work in. It's exciting to see a revival movement for Plein Air painting. Although it never died, the public awareness of its existance certainly had. This new magazine's monthly features will include Plein Air happenings, such as gallery exhibits for the collector, and current painting events and workshops for the painters. It's nice to see so much information under a single cover!
I feel as though the best is yet to come and I look forward to seeing this publication grow in popularity and circulation.

5-0 out of 5 stars Its About Time
As a collector of fine-art I received a sample copy of this new magazine recently from a gallery in New York. They sent out copies to several of their collectors because they felt this magazine was one of the finest art magazines they had seen. Though I do not collect "plein air" I found I very much liked this magazine anyway, primarily because they feature many deceased artists. I was also refreshed because they feature a few living artists, and though most are plein air impressionists, I found it informative and a fresh perspective.

Indeed this is a high quality publication, quality design and very well written. Unlike most art magazines which pretend to be "above" the reader, this publication is not written by art snobs. Refreshing. I'm so tired of art snobs. Yet they are very well informed and knowledgable. Though there is some repeat of coverage of artists seen elsewhere, I was pleased to see they showed works never published and presented angles never before published. I read American Art Review and others.

As a collector I do not read magazines for artists. This magazine is a collector magazine, however it offers a brief section for collectors who wish to see how works are created on location. This is something I believe will become one of my favorite sections. I rarely get to see a painting in action and this satisfies this urge.

Overall this is a "5 star" for me. I own an extensive collection of representational art. I love the classics and I this magazine reflects my taste. For those who love "modern" art. this magazine falls short. For those who love the classics and living representations of classics, its a bargain at its low price.

In the promotion materials the magazine calls itself "The Most Beautiful Art Magazine in America." Its a tall claim, but it is my new favorite and I believe it indeed lives up to its claim. Its more beautiful than any US title in the art world.
- A. Astor, Collector. NYC. ... Read more


2. Watercolor

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Asin: B00062PBVU
Catlog: Magazine
Publisher: Vnu Business Publications
Sales Rank: 1794
Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars Mouthwatering
This magazine is inspiring to the beginner and a challenge to the experienced watercolorist.I never tire of seeing the great work of the artists highlighted in this magazine.

The issues often have workshop-like articles on using computer graphics software, how to handle color, composition or other technical aspects. And then there is just the eye candy, purely for artistic pleasure. While your own painting may not reach the heights of these wonderful artists, the act of looking at paintings, of studying technique and seeing alternative ways of expressing subjects is a solid way to improve one's own art. I prefer "Watercolor" to other art magazines because it focuses on my own medium fully and really goes into depth.

4-0 out of 5 stars Watercolor for the relatively advanced artist
You might want to check out the American Artist website [...] before you subscribe to their quarterly "Watercolor" magazine.They also publish the "American Artist" magazine and a couple of one-issue magazines that summarize the techniques in "Watercolor" (called "Watercolor Highlights") and "American Artist" (called "Portrait Highlights").

Since 1995 "Watercolor" has been challenging artists with new ideas, new directions, innovations and techniques. It's the kind of regular creative infusion that painters need to stay fresh and develop their work.

The Summer 2003 issue of "Watercolor" focuses on contemporary artists Linda S. Price ("Painting the Town, British Style"), Dunstan Knight ("Bigger is Better"), M. Stephen Doherty ("Watercolors Flowing Under Pastels," "Painting Shapes, Not Illusions," and "How to Recognize a Good Painting Idea"), Dyanne Locati ("Innovation by Experimentation"), Collin Fry ("Finding Rhythm in Structure"), Mark G. Mitchell ("A Teacher's Journey"), Nancy Neaher Maas ("Rediscovering Africa"), M Michael P. Kinch ("Intimate by Nature"), Ruth Mitchell ("Have Art, Will Travel" - my personal favorite),and Melanie Marder Parks ("Hard Edges: Cut Paper").

For instance in Dyanne Locati's article "Innovation by Experimentation" she explores the possibilities of combining watercolor, fluid acrylic, and colored pencil in order to provide a wide range of possibilities in color, texture, and style.She does a couple of step-by-step demonstrations, moving from photographs to an underdrawing, choosing her palette, and demonstrating how the different colors and mediums are used to build the final painting.Five photographs of one painting "Medieval Arches" show various states of completion that the artist wishes to emphasize.Her demo painting "Shopping Spree" is shown in three steps plus three photos.

"Watercolor" also has regular features:"Recent Award Winners;" "The Society Page;" "Advice from Experts;" and "What's New."

If I had to choose between "Watercolor" and its competitor "Watercolor Magic," I would go with the latter magazine, as it seems more attuned to the beginning artist, and its tips and hints are better organized."Watercolor Magic" works better for me (I've been painting for less than a year), but both magazines are have a lot to teach and are very beautifully put together. ... Read more


3. New American Painting
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Catlog: Magazine
Publisher: Open Studio Press
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4. Airbrush Technique

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Publisher: Airhead Airbrush.com Inc
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Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars Great for beginner and professional
Airbrush Technique is a great magazine for the beginning airbrusher as well as the accomplished artist.It has an easy to follow layout and offers excellent "how-to" articles.Unlike other airbrush magazines, Airbrush Technique is not cluttered with advertisement on every other page.

Airbrush Technique packs a lot of content in each magazine.It has grown and improved more with each new volume.This is due to the fact that the magazine's publisher is willing to listen to what airbrushers want and uses members to write articles "for airbrushers...by airbrushers".The tech. tips and gallery section are a great addition.

I highly recommend this magazine over all the other "95% ads - 5%" content magazines.Coupled with Airbrush Technique's online forum and e-zine, this magazine becomes a tri-factor powerhouse. ... Read more


5. L Aquarelliste
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Publisher: Societe Canadienne L Aquarelle
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6. Painted Monkey
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Publisher: California Art Education Assn
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7. Fine Canadian Art
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Publisher: Heffel Fine Art Auction House
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9. Canadian Art
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10. Old Master Paintings And Drawings
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11. Classical Realism Newsletter
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13. Art De L Enluminure
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14. American Paintings Drawings & Sculpture
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15. Picture Restorer
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16. Restauro : Zeitschrift Fuer Kunsttechniken Restaurierung Und

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17. Leisure Painter
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18. Peinture Facile
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19. Artists Palette
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20. Peinture Sur Soie

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