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What is Art

Artists are the most compassionate people in the world. While others are busting their brains to try and better themselves financially, an artist has little need for the frivolous material items of the world. Not limited to the visual aspects of media, an artist can be anyone that shares their knowledge and talents in the […]

February 2016 | Posted in AAPJ Digital Prints,Art-to-Art Palette Journal,Bugle Section,Educator's Row,People and Places,Potter's Shed Section | Read More »

Sharing memories with watercolors

Robert W. Cook doesn’t need a photo album to remember his favorite spots. He paints them in watercolor. From the old buildings of Cuervo, New Mexico, to cafes in France, if a scene captures his eye, it goes on canvas. One unique factor of Bob’s work is the great amount of detail that is tediously […]

January 2016 | Posted in AAPJ Digital Prints,Art-to-Art Palette Journal,Cover Section | Read More »

Secrets of a professional artist

Becoming an award-winning watercolor painter, like Stan Miller, takes years of training, practice, and most of all, a perception of what is important. For over 30 years, Miller has been capturing the hearts and souls of America, and more recently, members of the international community. His ability to transform nature, still life and portraits into […]

January 2016 | Posted in AAPJ Digital Prints,Art-to-Art Palette Journal,Cover Section | Read More »

Reality in its finest

New York City is a bustling metropolis, often referred to as the “Big Apple.” The cityscapes, history and mixed cultures, are like no other place in the world.  From 19th century row houses in Brooklyn and the modern architecture of Manhattan, to the stately Hudson River and the daily interaction of residents, artists in search […]

January 2016 | Posted in AAPJ Digital Prints,Art-to-Art Palette Journal,Cover Section | Read More »

Keeping a child’s perspective

  As we grow older, our sense of wonder and anticipation seems to wither. Wouldn’t it be great to stay in that naïve state of mind where everything was an adventure and the excitement of life never ended? Perhaps realist painter Alexandra Tyng has the solution in answering this question, by keeping the mysteries of […]

January 2016 | Posted in AAPJ Digital Prints,Art-to-Art Palette Journal,Cover Section | Read More »

Open air is his special place

Robin Weiss discovered a love for Washington State while attending Olympic College, but his soul had been captured years earlier when he discovered drawing.  Today, the breathtaking scenery of the Northwest and his passion to share its beauty has brought Weiss to the status of a well-recognized professional plein-air artist.      Originally from the Cleveland, […]

January 2016 | Posted in AAPJ Digital Prints,Cover Section,Washington | Read More »

Japanese Way: A traditional Twist

We pride ourselves in having a wide diversification of American citizens from all over the world. English, German, African and Irish are among the most popular ancestry line. This holiday season let us include another forgotten culture of people that has been in our land since 1868. Quiet and subdued, but also hoping for a […]

November 2015 | Posted in AAPJ Digital Prints,Art-to-Art Palette Journal,Cupboard Section,PaletteBoards Section | Read More »

Solid roots never perish

Alfredo Rodriguez never dreamed of what he wanted to be when he grew up. He already knew. Imagination is imperative when growing up around eight siblings and Alfredo became engrossed in movies of the American Wild West and visiting local Indian reservations. At the age of 6, he received a set of watercolor paints from […]

November 2015 | Posted in AAPJ Digital Prints,Cover Section | Read More »

What If Pop Art Re-emerged?

  Writers are known to begin new novels with 2 simple words – what if? What if he didn’t come home one day? What if a car could actually talk? You get the drift. Many artists are no different when it comes to their perception when beginning a painting. Meet Terry Barnhart, a Northwest Ohio […]

November 2015 | Posted in AAPJ Digital Prints,Cover Section | Read More »

Back among the ‘stars’

  She comes on larger than life, carefree and confident. Add big beautiful blue eyes, a sexy Southern twang and you have the makings of a successful career. Paula Deen, 68, has proven that America still offers anyone the chance of opportunity and achievement. People also love a rags-to-riches story, but only to a certain […]

September 2015 | Posted in AAPJ Digital Prints,Art-to-Art Palette NewsWire/AAPNW,Cover Section,Cupboard Section,In-Out Design Section,Northwest Passage Record/NWPR,Palette News Arts Network/PNAN | Read More »

Simple is beautiful

In the complexity of today’s world, we often scan a picture and miss the most crucial parts, but there is Dan Pyle, who has an eye that can scan any scene and transform it into a paradox of richness, so others can share what a photograph often misses. His work will not allow viewers to […]

August 2013 | Posted in AAPJ Digital Prints,Art-to-Art Palette Journal | Read More »







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