Wednesday, October 17, 2012

Artists On Art Online Magazine

Greg Manchess


An article about my work was just released in a beautiful new online magazine, Artists On Art.

The magazine is published seasonally and released its Fall issue yesterday. The very reasonable subscription fee includes the ability to download a pdf file of each issue.



The quality of the design by publisher Ryan Mellody is top-notch. The artists write from their own point of view and include work that they personally choose to share. What I love most about the magazine is that Ryan carefully selects artists that speak to real, working painters. The kind of painters that I want to seek out and watch. This kind of honest approach is very fresh for an industry full of formulaic art magazines.

Ryan also doesn’t stop at gallery painters. He has an abiding love for illustration as well, which fits my own appreciation for art and isn’t limited by categorizing good imagery. When it’s good, it’s good.

I was honored and overjoyed to be included in Artists On Art, amongst some of the best painters I’ve seen lately. I’ve already discovered many new favorites and have downloaded some exquisite, high rez images. I can’t wait to see more work presented so well.

If you paint, you’ll love this.


2 comments:

  1. Thank you so much for this link Greg, I've been looking for a good source of inspiration outside of the usually fantasy art and online sites, and this sounds like it will fit the bill beautifully!

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  2. Thanks Greg. I decided to subcribe and enjoyed your article. Once again, I sure do appreciate you sharing your experiences you are helping me understand how to keep moving forward as I work through my own.

    Looking forward to reading the other artist articles as well.

    By the way your 2013 TLC class looks great...
    along with IMC 2013... Any chance you plan to return to Normand Rockwell Museum in 2013?

    Last I finally picked up David Groves book and started reading it. Boy I wish I could have gone to NYC to see the show. Definitely can see where his boating to the Caribbean influenced his pirate paintings.

    The Muddy colors lunch time review is over… time to hide in the car for 15 minutes and work on a pencil study for a new painting before the lunch is over.

    Cheers, Mike


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