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Old 08-18-2011, 01:21 PM
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September 2011 issue of The Artist's Magazine on newsstands this week

Our newest issue of The Artist's Magazine just hit newsstands on Tuesday - subscribers, you've already seen the luminous cover art by Kent Lovelace in your mailboxes. For those who don't have a copy yet, here's a sneak peak at the feature articles:

Finding Arcadia
Kent Lovelace evokes vanished landscapes by restricting his palette and painting not on canvas but on copper. By Meredith E. Lewis

From the Ground Up
It all starts with the surface. Five masters of the medium—Peter Seltzer, Sydney McGinley, Tim Tepe, Sam Goodsell and Paul Murray—describe the ways they prepare the surface for pastel. By Maureen Bloomfield

All Around the Town
With joyful exactitude New Yorker Max Ferguson documents moments in the lives of the people who inhabit the city he loves. By BJ Foreman

Mediums, Gels & Pastes, Oh My
An adventure starts when manufacturers send an already adventurous artist acrylic mediums to try. By Anne Bagby

The Height of Abstraction
From a skyscraper's vantage, Diana Horowitz sees the city as a series of shapes enveloped in atmosphere. By Judith Fairly

You can order the print or digital issue by clicking here!
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