Hi! Did you know that heART Journal Magazine is available in iTunes , Google Play and as PDF files for computers? We are a digital only, bimonthly magazine which publishes six times a year.(Jan, Mar,May,Jul,Sep,Nov).
Each issue is packed with how-to videos,downloads,artist interviews, freebies and more You will be discovering and mastering your favorite techniques in no time. Designed for smart phones & tablets with interactive elements, high resolution images and video tutorials!,
heART Journal Magazine is a digital only, bimonthly Magazine (six issues yearly publis hed Jan, Mar,May,Jul,Sep,Nov).
Subscription delivery begins immediately with the current issue then continues for the duration of your subscription. Back issues are available for purchase individually as a Special Bundle Purchases.
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Here’s what our fans are saying:
★★★★★ Christy N.
Love, love, love it!!! I am not new to art, but I am new to art journaling. I found this magazine through a class that I was taking online and boy am I happy that I did! I ended up subscribing for a year and picked up all the back copies too. The information each volume contains is very educational and easy to understand. I highly recommend it!
★★★★★ Francine R.
heART Magazine I am a Mixed Media Artist, Book Artist and Poet. This delicious digital delight was quite a sweet find. More than just a “cute little magazine”, heART serves up a rich organic flow of art, tutorials, (both video and stills), education, and dynamic artist interviews. I purchased my first digital issue and “WHAM”….I was smitten and proceeded to gobble up the rest of the available issues. I believe I’ve found a keeper!
★★★★★ Val R.S.
heART Journal Magazine I love the feel of a real magazine, so I wasn’t sure about a digital art journaling one. heART Journal Magazine pleasantly surprised me with being so user friendly with lots of images, videos, step-by-step photos, and lovely links that take you right to the artists websites and more info. Well done! The articles are personal, many in an interview type of format. The examples shown in the issue are both creative and doable. The artists include information on the materials they use. It is especially useful for those beginning to art journal or exploring a new medium. I was introduced to my first issue (#8) by Bernice Hopper who wrote “The Art of Practicing Gratitude” and have enjoyed participating in the online art journaling groups she organizes and facilitates.