You may seem skeptical, but this repetitive, “cookie-cutter” hobby is more than what meets the eye. In this article, we'll talk a little bit about its history, and how it inspired would-be artists the way of painting like the old masters. Read More
If you’re planning to pursue art, then you’re well aware that painting and drawing are the two of the most common mediums starters need to consider. As we move along, you will recognize that both achieve the same goal, which is to create an art piece. Read More
Paint by Numbers for generations has been known as a hobby that requires little to no effort. However, do you know that this simple, straightforward diversion is a fun gateway into the world of painting that made some of the world’s modern artists?
No one likes a stressful day. Fortunately, hobbies can help calm you down and reduce the health problems associated with it. Read More
Whether you’re a working professional, a businessman, or an artist, it’s essential to keep nurturing your creativity and test your limits. However, it’s very common to experience some form of creative block every once in a while.
Whether you’re learning a specific set of skills to be an expert, or you just want a fulfilling hobby, you always need to start somewhere. And that includes painting, this is why it’s crucial to research before you even pick up a brush. Read More
If you’re someone like me who’s mindlessly scrolling through the internet looking for a new skill or hobby to attempt this quarantine, then painting might’ve also crossed your mind at some point. Read More
Ever dream about being an artist but don’t know where to begin? With so many paint sets, kits, and other enticing art mediums to try, it can be overwhelming for you to choose. Read More
You’ve probably asked yourself, where to begin well we cooked up a list of things to remember, and some tips to make your artistic journey easier! Read More
The 1950s was a time of rebirth, and with World War II ending 5 years earlier, the American people finally came upon peace, healing, and with more time in their hands. In this post-war “semi-renaissance” state, markets slowly rose again, the economy started recovering, and people started looking for new hobbies. Read More