We’re excited to unveil the summer 2015 issue of Drawing magazine, which is an exploration of the many materials that can be used for drawing and the infinite variety of ways that they can be mixed and combined. Among the drawing materials you’ll learn about are ink, charcoal, wax, silverpoint and cut paper. Artists featured include Rob Matthews, Paul Kidby and Susan Hauptman. The full list of articles is below.
Drawing With No Boundaries
The enigmatic self-portraits and still lifes of Susan Hauptman. By Austin R. Williams
The Intricacies of Ink-and-Wash
A demonstration of a classical technique that has long been favored for preparatory sketches. By Anthony Baus
Allegory of Nature and Artifice, by Anthony Baus, 2015, ink-and-wash, 11 x 15. Collection the artist.
The Quickening Image: Wax-Resist Drawing
Exploring a process that combines wet and dry media, with dramatic results. By Ephraim Rubenstein
The Line Fantastic
Paul Kidby gives shape to worlds created by authors including Terry Pratchett. By Ken Gofton
Click here to see additional examples of Kidby’s fantasy drawings and illustrations.
Curator’s Choice: Highlights of the Delaware Art Museum
Ten great works on paper from a deep collection of art and illustration.
The drawings of Rob Matthews playfully fracture time and space. By Austin R. Williams
Material World: Silverpoint—Secrets and Myths
By Sherry Camhy
First Marks: About Eye Level
By Margaret Davidson
New and Notable: Brooks Salzwedel
By Michael Woodson
Click here to see a bonus gallery of drawings by Brooks Salzwedel.