Colored Pencil Magazine “inspires passionate colored pencil artists, both beginners and pros, with up-to-date information and tips, as well as showcasing some of the best colored pencil art in the world. It is a testament to the increased amount of respect and fan base that colored pencils has attained as a medium in recent years.” Art Licensing is super excited to announce that two of our artists get the honor of being featured in the October 2013 edition of this magazine.
Aron Gadd is one of the leading animal portrait artists in the United Kingdom, with nearly 30 years experience in producing attractive and accurate studies of horses, dogs, and cats.
Working primarily in oil and colored pencil, Cecile Baird has developed a realistic style that captures the drama, beauty and simplicity of everyday objects in her still life paintings. With their strong sense of composition and lighting, her paintings always draw the viewer back again and again.
Take a look at their portfolios so you can see all of their amazing work.
Our artist, Moises Levy, will be featured in the September edition of Dodho. Dodho is an online magazine that features contemporary photography from established and emerging artists. Dodho is featuring Moises Levy’s work because he “aims to create concerns about hope, dreams and aspirations,” He “also tries to create a sensation of calm and welfare in an interior world that everyone creates according to its experiences and prior visions.”
Read this great article today! To see Moises Levy’s entire portfolio, click here.
Our artist, Eric Carbrey, will be featured in the September edition of the Tribe! Tribe is an international creative arts online magazine, dedicated to showcasing the best in creative arts. They work with a range of artists across all creative mediums from across the world. Eric is quite honored to have his art displayed on this platform!
Moises Levy claims that Photography has been the perfect media to express his curiosity for beauty and art. He states that "Photography is a craft that is cultivated in a daily basis, learning how to watch, and being always aware of shapes, lights, and foresee the scenes before they occur, these happens in street photography and also in landscape photography, when visualizing an image foreseeing all the whole environment. Perseverance is a quality that shall be developed; a good portfolio is gotten through many sessions and years of work."