The poll results are finalized for your favorite art magazine, and here are the results:
#2. ImagineFX. (50 votes) Published in England, and available in many other countries, this magazine concentrates on fantasy and science fiction (or "imaginative realism" as many are calling it now), as well as concept art. The majority of artists working digitally, but there are some who use paints and brushes. There's always a feature for new talent. The DVD included, with demos of the techniques by each of the workshop leaders.
The Artist's magazine (33 votes) This Ohio-based magazine covers a variety of painting media with lots of pragmatic information about technique with lots of how-to examples. It has features on drawing, Q&A, "Ask the Experts," and workshop listings. Its website has videos and other features. Other magazines from the same publisher include Pastel Journal and Watercolor Artist. The magazine is associated most strongly with North Light books, and it has inherited American Artist's former subscribers.
Plein Air magazine. (29 votes). Launched, changed to Fine Art Connoisseur, and then relaunched by popular demand, this quarterly magazine features techniques and profiles of prominent outdoor painters and collectors, as well as information about contests and conventions. The emphasis is on oil painters, especially in the Edgar Payne thick-paint mode. The editor is M. Stephen Doherty and the publisher is Eric Rhoads.
#5 Southwest Art (23 votes). The emphasis is on Southwestern USA Art and Native American Art and artists. There are features on artists, art galleries, show listings, plein air events, new artists and art towns.
Other strong vote-getters:
#6 Watercolor Artist (20 votes)
#7 Hi Fructose (18 votes)
#8 American Art Collector (16 votes)
#9, 10, and 11. A three-way tie for Pastel Journal, Fine Art Connoisseur, and Artists and Illustrators (13 votes each)