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  • Re: mixing sky color

    The best way to mix colors is to experiment. Often there are ways to create shades of colors that you wouldn't really have straight out of the tube. Think of greys, oranges, purples and pinks, think of sunsets or sunrises and different times of the day in the sky as you see it. Try mixing paints...
    Posted to Art Technical Q & A by Wayne Tully on 28 Nov 2014
  • That Painting Just Said ‘Eat Me!’

    This being the day after Thanksgiving, we celebrate leftovers in my house—and pretty much all other activities that result in eating. So I thought, why mess with family tradition? I'm devoting today's column to one subject matter I rarely cover in my work: food! But it isn't just any...
    Posted to Artist Daily by Courtney Jordan on 27 Nov 2014
    Filed under: still life, Oil Painting, Art
  • Varnish, Varnish Everywhere

    I interviewed Sadie Valeri on her unusual wax paper paintings months and months ago, but since then I've been keeping an eye on her. She's got great spirit, enviable talent, and she's just super nice! Little did I know that her sweet exterior hid a penchant for one of the oil painting techniques...
    Posted to The Oil Painting Blog by Courtney Jordan on 26 Nov 2014
    Filed under: oil painting, how to paint
  • Tiffany the Painter

    "I have always striven to fix beauty in wood or stone or glass or pottery, in oil or water colour, by using whatever seemed fittest." - Louis Comfort Tiffany Louis Comfort Tiffany by Joaquin Sorolla, oil painting, 1911. The multi-talented Louis Comfort Tiffany is best remembered for his glassmaking...
    Posted to The Artist's Life by johnandann@theartistsroad on 10 Nov 2014
    Filed under: Oil Painting, Art
  • Sign Posts

    "There are moments in our lives, there are moments in a day, when we seem to see beyond the usual. Such are the moments of our greatest happiness. Such are the moments of our greatest wisdom. If one could but recall his vision by some sort of sign. It was in this hope that the arts were invented...
    Posted to The Artist's Life by johnandann@theartistsroad on 5 Nov 2014
    Filed under: Oil Painting, Art, Artist Daily
  • Afraid of the Next Brushstroke?

    Have you ever found it tough to put down that next brushstroke for fear it will mess up the painting that you just spent all morning working on? Believe it or not, Master Pastellist and Oil Painter of America member, Michael Chesley Johnson, has been there. But, he's developed a method for moving...
    Posted to The Artist's Life by Jenniferlnl on 21 Oct 2014
    Filed under: how to paint, landscape painting, Oil Painting, Pastel, Color, Art
  • First EVER Oil Painting

    I started doing some drawing and sketching 2 years ago, I never realized I had any artistic ability before but when I tried I loved it and my passion for art began. My grandma is an amazing artist, she mainly uses oils, so this year I spent two weeks with her and she taught me the basics of oil painting...
    Posted to Oil by elysian__ on 17 Sep 2014
  • Critique requested, !st oil painting

    Hello, This is my first oil painting and I was hoping to get some inputs. Thanks :)
    Posted to Oil by Sankalita on 15 Sep 2014
  • My New Oil Painting - Please Critique

    This is a new painting I finished recently. I love oil painting and I do it as a hobby. Please kindly critique anything that can improve my painting skill next time. Thank you very much!
    Posted to Oil by Sharon.Qin on 6 Sep 2014
  • Hello All, Newbie Here :-)

    Hello everyone, my story is similar to so many others on this forum. I have been painting for a few months, self taught. Painting was always something I wanted to try and I love to stare at Renoir, Monet and Van Gogh. Prints of their work litter the walls of my home. I always thought that only an artist...
    Posted to Beginners by beccavick on 4 Sep 2014
  • And Your Little Dog, Too! by K Henderson

    And Your Little Dog, Too , 28 x 22, oil on linen Ok, so I'm a little late with this Halloween themed painting but I prefer to think that I'm early for next year. The title of the painting comes from the line in the Wizard of Oz " I'll get you, my pretty, and your little dog, too!"...
    Posted to Member Gallery by K. Henderson Fine Art on 10 Nov 2013
    Filed under: realism, Oil painting, k. henderson, art for sale, wizard of oz, trompe l'oeil, Hollywood Witch, witch, Wicca, vintage movie
  • Best Friends

    Oil on canvas painted with palette knives 2013, 100X100 cm I wanted to achieve a pastel-like impression by using "creamy colors". Comments are appreciated. It is advisable to view this painting under "View Full Size" in order to capture the 3D-like texture. Any ideas for another title...
    Posted to Member Gallery by Abraham Fisher on 27 Jul 2013
    Filed under: oil, Oil painting, palette knife, oil on canvas, original oil painting, Oil Painting Impressionist, oil on canvas technique, Abraham Fisher, painting knife
  • Deadliest Enemy by K Henderson

    Deadliest Enemy , 24 x 30, oil on linen This is another oil painting in my Vintage Game Series. The Box is from the 1965 'Superman Game, Superman's Deadliest Enemy'. Looks like Superman is getting ready to do battle with Lex Luthor. The game board in the background is from the 1954 game 'Calling...
    Posted to Member Gallery by K. Henderson Fine Art on 13 Jul 2013
    Filed under: Oil painting, k. henderson, photorealism, contemporary realism, Superman painting, vintage board game, Man of Steel, Lex Luthor
  • ‎"You Have a Point There"

    Oil colors on canvas done with painting (or palette) knives, 2012, 100x100 cm . It is advisable to view this painting under "View Full Size" in order to capture the 3D-like texture. The digital photo is taken outside around 10:30 am on a cloudy day. I may reload the painting under different...
    Posted to Member Gallery by Abraham Fisher on 17 Mar 2012
    Filed under: oil, Oil painting, palette knife, original oil painting, Oil Painting Impressionist, oil on canvas technique, Abraham Fisher, painting knife
  • Bear Talisman is oil on canvas, 40" x 30".

    Bear Talisman is oil on canvas, 40" x 30".The painting is a plains Indian wearing eagle feathers and a beaded shirt He hold a shield on which is painted a bear. There is also a beaded talisman with a bear claw. The talisman is said to give the shield bearer the attributes of The Bear : Strength...
    Posted to Member Gallery by K. Henderson Fine Art on 20 Jul 2009
    Filed under: art, Oil painting, Native American, fine art, art for sale, bear, warrior, american indian, eyes, plains Indian, eagle feather, southwest
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