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The Art of Travel

    Reading Carlson’s Guide to Landscape Painting the other day and I came across a passage where he describes the tourist painter. “Do not be a tourist-painter” John Carlson says. He encourages the beginning painter to eschew the bizarre or … Continue reading

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Travel advice from Robert Gamblin.

I am sure many traveling artists will find this useful. http://www.gamblincolors.com/newsletters/pdf/GamblinStudioNotes14_TravelingArtistsMaterials.pdf

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Paints, Pallette……First Aid Kit?

     You’ve got your french easel, your paints and your hiking boots. You’re all ready to go paint plein air in the great outdoors… are you? Here is a list of some things you may not have considered. Along with … Continue reading

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