Jesse Lane shares his words of wisdom and advice to help aspiring artists reach their goals. He covers important topics such as how he overcame his fears and developed confidence. He encourages others to accept critique, stay inspired and even become stubborn.
Master Artist Interviews
Tanja Gant is an impeccably accurate and realistic pencil artist working mostly with graphite and coloured pencils. A true master in the art arena, Tanja’s journey began before the Bosnian war and endured the challenges of that time and beyond. Tanja is fearless in her approach to her work as she hopes to also master the paint […]
Tracy Frein is a colored pencil artist renown for using a technique he developed himself called Drawing by Subtracting. This method uses colored pencil on drafting film to help bring out elements of his canvas and subject such as texture and emotion. Tracy has lent his skill to top brands across the world but […]
Jandamarra is an Australian Aboriginal Artist of Yorta Yorta and Dja Dja Warung descent with a strong desire to bridge the gap between Aboriginal and mainstream Australia. In his work Jandamarra brings together a beautiful synergy between his distinctive contemporary portraiture style and traditional aboriginal painting techniques. He expresses himself through story-telling in bright, bold […]
Sharon Kow is a dedicated coloured pencil artist with an overwhelming drive to master her craft and bring her favourite art medium to the attention of the mainstream art world. After making the decision at a young age to support her family and placing her art dreams on hold, Sharon is now a shining example […]
This is the second and final part of my interview with the superb Italian Master Artist Emanuele Dascanio and it gives me great pleasure to share with you an even deeper insight into the life of the man behind the great art. In the image above we can see Emanuele working on two oil […]