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  • It's Not Like Eating Junk Food

    When it comes to putting additives into your paints, it just isn't the same as eating a Twinkie or bag of Doritos. Additives are necessary in some cases, especially for landscape artists who work with varying conditions when painting landscapes . They can open up whole new aspects of your paint if...
    Posted to Artist Daily by Courtney Jordan on 28 Jul 2015
    Filed under: plein air, How To Paint, landscape painting, watercolor painting, Oil Painting, Art
  • Re: The Gardner

    Great work on the painting, and especially the garden. Mine's not quite that lush LOL. You have the right idea, when it comes to representing the figure. It is not static. I can see the motion or movement. And I would suggest to anyone reading this, to study gesture drawing or sketching of the figure...
    Posted to Oil by Jules Hilliard on 27 Jul 2015
  • Re: Please critique my seascape

    Hi Johan, The painting seems a little dark to me. I would lighten up the moon some. Then establish a moon beam on the water. Also, add some highlights to the trees and rocks, being careful not to overdo it. Just add a little at a time, making the changes slight. It is best when adding to a picture, to...
    Posted to Critique My Artwork by Jules Hilliard on 27 Jul 2015
  • Summer Wind Patterns

    As we all start getting ready to step outside our studios and paint outdoors or create studio landscape painting based on our experiences in nature, I wanted to explain the design elements that I put together for this particular painting, Summer Wind Patterns . Summer Wind Patterns by Robert Reynolds...
    Posted to Plein Air Blog by Robert Reynolds on 15 Jul 2015
    Filed under: Landscape Painting, Watercolor Painting
  • Who Needs a Passport When You’ve Got a Painting?

    London Fog , 2009, watercolor, 16 x 8. All works by Thomas Schaller. I judge a successful cityscape painting by whether or not the architecture, the weather, and the figures—everything in the painting—combine to transport me somewhere different. If that happens and the barrier between my...
    Posted to Artist Daily by Courtney Jordan on 5 Jul 2015
    Filed under: How To Paint, landscape painting, Artist Daily, watercolor painting, Drawing Basics, Color, Art
  • A Landscape Photo Reference

    The perspective in this photo ("The Road Less Traveled") created by the country road and the background hills, as well as the combination of colors-- the rusts accented by the green background-- make this fall scene a terrific subject to paint. The photo here is a proof. If you would like to...
    Posted to Beginners by mrpaolo on 17 Jun 2015
  • How Do You Paint on the Go?

    It’s only the beginning of June, and already I’m fantasizing about summer road trips and exotic jaunts. But then I remember that almost every time I go on vacation my glow wears off once the artists show up. Inevitably, I see a traveler who is painting landscapes or sketching, creating significant...
    Posted to Artist Daily by Courtney Jordan on 16 Jun 2015
    Filed under: plein air, How To Paint, landscape painting, sketching, watercolor painting, Ink Drawing, Art
  • If This Sounds Harsh, Forgive Me...

    Below you'll find artist and blogger Jennifer King's discussion of when a plein air painting can be too real. I don't think she's being harsh at all, but you'll have to decide for yourself. Enjoy! ***** I think it's time for some straight talk. I've participated in many, many...
    Posted to Artist Daily by Courtney Jordan on 9 Jun 2015
    Filed under: plein air, How To Paint, landscape painting, Oil Painting, Drawing Basics, Art
  • Re: Which brand is YOUR brand?

    I've been using Utrecht paints for years. They are generally economical and I like the way they respond to the brush.
    Posted to Oil by Jules Hilliard on 18 May 2015
  • "To the Lake"

    A quick little 12" x 9" study from the mind's eye. Oil on canvas.
    Posted to Member Gallery by Russ Voelker on 15 Nov 2010
    Filed under: Woods, lake, trees, water, Landscape Painting, tree landscape, landscape oil, sailboats, lake views, Lanscapes, trails trees, Landscape Oil on canvas, 12 x 9
  • "Frozen Kansas"

    As we drove across Kansas just before the New Year we marveled at the frozen trees. This is a watercolor on 140 lb Arches Rough - I did at a bit of white acrylic using a fan brush for the final touches. Matted and framed the painting would measure 22 x 28 inches.
    Posted to Member Gallery by woodyduncan on 31 Jan 2010
    Filed under: watercolor, landscape, trees, Transparent watercolor, snow, watercolor landscape, Landscape Painting, watercolor landscape, tree landscape, watercolor on paper, snow scene, landscape watercolor, Woody Duncan, snowscape
  • "Orange, Grapes"

    Acrylic on Canvas 16" x 20"
    Posted to Member Gallery by R.J. Ryan-Novak on 29 Sep 2009
    Filed under: landscape, acrylic, realism, fruit, orange, grapes, 16 x 20, 16x20, Landscape Painting, Realistic, acrylic landscape, art for sale, Acrylic on canvas, acrylic painting
  • "Chases Pond"

    Chases Pond, Maine Egg Temera on 5 x 7 panel
    Posted to Member Gallery by Bentw3 on 12 Sep 2009
    Filed under: art, realism, scenery, trees, landscapes, water, scenic, tree, Landscape Painting, reflection, tree landscape, realsim, realistic landscape, American
  • A Brook

    A 16 x 20 Oil on Canvas of a peaceful day.
    Posted to Member Gallery by wfwartist on 3 Sep 2009
    Filed under: landscape, oil, impressionism, Oil painting, landscapes, oil landscape, origninal oil on canvas, oil on canvas, alla prima, impressionist, outdoor, 16 x 20, oils, Landscape oil Painting, Landscape Painting, outdoors, Oil Paintings, impressionistic, stream, original painting, paintings realism, oil on canvas 16 x 20 in
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