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  • Plein Air Artist Asher B. Durand Wrote Me a Letter...Sorta...Not Really

    Rocky Cliff by Asher B. Durand, oil on canvas, 1860. Based on an article by Allison Malafronte. As you all well know, I spend a lot of time writing. But I also spend a lot of time reading, and lately I have absolutely fallen in love with reading letters, journals, and diaries of artists. It is like truly...
    Posted to Plein Air Blog by Courtney Jordan on 29 Jul 2014
    Filed under: Plein Air, oil painting, Landscape Painting, How to Paint, Portrait Painting, Drawing Basics, Art
  • Life Drawing Gymnastics

    I combined not just artist and model (self-portraiture), but artist-model-athlete in my Life Drawing Gymnastics series. In my Life Drawing Gymnastics series, I attempted to do more than simply draw from life , but rather allowed life to be a large part of the drawing process. I combined not just artist...
    Posted to The Drawing Blog by Kate Sikorski on 25 Jun 2014
    Filed under: drawing, Drawing Basics, how to draw, pencil drawing, life drawing, Portrait Painting
  • Prelude to a Kiss…Gotta Paint Lips First!

    In this large scale painting by Stephen Bennett ( Beach Baby , 2001, acrylic, 80 x 64), the faint lines and varied color on the lips are faithfully rendered. As an unrepentant smart mouth, I know how much value two lips have, in real life and especially in a portrait painting . The saying is that the...
    Posted to Artist Daily by Courtney Jordan on 19 Jun 2014
    Filed under: plein air, landscape painting, Portrait Painting, still life, Oil Painting
  • New Video--How to Block in a Portrait

    Scott Waddell is an artist that I'm just getting to know, but his expertise and skills speak for themselves. He's a classically trained painter who studied at the Florence Academy of Art as well as the Waterstreet Atelier with Jacob Collins, and he currently teaches at the Grand Central Academy...
    Posted to Artist Daily by Courtney Jordan on 18 Jun 2014
    Filed under: How To Paint, Portrait Painting, Art
  • Because We Are Human

    Phases of Dane by Anthony Ryder. Crescent, 1998, graphite and pastel on gray paper, 25 x 19. Courtesy van de Griff/Marr Gallery, Santa Fe, New Mexico. When asked why painting the human figure was so important painter Scott Burdick was matter-of-fact. “Because we are human,” he said. “If...
    Posted to Artist Daily by Courtney Jordan on 15 Jun 2014
    Filed under: Drawing, how to draw, How To Paint, Portrait Painting, Oil Painting, Pastel, How to Draw People, Drawing Basics, Drawing Basics Faces
  • "Little Dancer"

    Some of my best work ever - was done last week in Taos, New Mexico. Every June I attend a watercolor workshop put on by Adams State College of Alamosa, Colorado. It's held at the Sagebrush Inn in Taos. This watercolor of a young Native-American dancer was my first painting last week. It's on...
    Posted to Member Gallery by woodyduncan on 23 Jun 2011
    Filed under: watercolor, Childhood, watercolor people, child, children, Native American, watercolor portrait, watercolor child, watercolor dancer, watercolor painting, watercolor on paper, watercolors, child portrait, Woody Duncan, handmade paper, portrait painting, portrait from photo, children portrait, children portraits, WATERCOLOR., Portrait children, portrait child, watercolor figure, Native American, Watercolor ., childrens portrait, portrait childs, childs portrait, children done in watercolor, 20" x 30", watercolor.., children's portrait
  • "Flower Lady"

    We saw these flower ladies, putting flowers together, at the market in Seattle. We were there for a national art educators conference. It is painted on 300 lb Arches rough. I tried to keep it loose and somewhat painterly so I wouldn't over do it. Matted it fits a 33 x 26 inch frame. I cropped it...
    Posted to Member Gallery by woodyduncan on 17 Apr 2011
    Filed under: watercolor, portrait, watercolor portrait, flower painting, flowers, watercolor flower, watercolor painting, watercolor on paper, Woody Duncan, portrait painting, portrait from photo, flower painting watercolor, portrait painting, flowers watercolor, watercolor paper
  • "Phone Home"

    This is a full sheet portrait of an African artisan I spotted at the International Folk Art Market in Santa Fe, New Mexico. I painted on 140 lb Arches rough stretched onto a sheet of gator board. I friend saw the painting and told me the man was a "Tuareg". The Tuareg (pronounced TWAH-reg)...
    Posted to Member Gallery by woodyduncan on 8 Feb 2010
    Filed under: watercolor, portrait, watercolor people, watercolor portrait, watercolor figurative, African, watercolor painting, watercolor on paper, Woody Duncan, portrait painting, Watercolor Painting Portrait Instructions
  • "Phone Home"

    I worked from a photo I took of a "Tuareg" artisan at last years Folk Art Market in Santa Fe, New Mexico. It was done with transparent watercolor on a full sheet of Arches 140 lb Rough.
    Posted to Member Gallery by woodyduncan on 31 Jan 2010
    Filed under: portrait, watercolor people, Portrait study, watercolor portrait, Realistic, watercolor figurative, African, watercolor painting, watercolor on paper, Woody Duncan, portrait painting, realistic portrait
  • "First Day of School"

    Pavina sent me a photo of her nephew on his first day of school. Have pity on his kindergarden teacher. The image is about 17 x 17 inches. I'm looking for a 22 x 22 inch frame. It's done in transparent watercolor on Arches 140 lb rough which I stretched over a piece of gator board. Of course...
    Posted to Member Gallery by woodyduncan on 20 Nov 2009
    Filed under: watercolor, portrait, Childhood, realism, watercolor people, child, children, youth, watercolor portrait, watercolor child, Realistic, watercolor painting, watercolor on paper, munch, child portrait, Woody Duncan, portrait painting
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