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I am loving these plein air videos by James Gurney. If you are interested you might want to check out his blog. gurneyjourney.blogspot.com
Yes, I said mud! Here is an underpainting I started using the leftovers from the previous painting. It is made of all the primary colors on my palette mixed together and thinned with mineral spirits and a little medium. Here … Continue reading
Stories of plein air disasters. James Gurney recorded these at the Plein Air convention in Monterey, California
Here is the usual arrangement of my palette. I start in the upper left and work light to dark and warm to cool with my earth colors separated at the bottom. Put out more paint than you think you will … Continue reading
An interview from Georgia Music magazine with one of my old professors, Art Rosenbaum. How music and painting can be intertwined. http://georgiamusicmag.com/a-conversation-with-art-rosenbaum/ A Conversation with Art Rosenbaum Art Rosenbaum, who recently retired after teaching at the University of Georgia since … Continue reading
An interesting film by Scott Burdick.
Here is an interesting article I ran across on Plein Air Magazine’s site. http://www.outdoorpainter.com/news/healing-through-plein-air-painting.html Healing Through Plein Air Painting Written by Bob Bahr Pochade boxes made for the soldiers … and, evidently, some issues of one of the organizer’s favorite … Continue reading
The trailer for Local Color. It is loosely based on the journey of the writer and director George Gallo.
Here is some information on the PBS documentary, Howard Pyle and the Illustrated Story. http://www.howardpyledvd.com/ Draw Attention – 46 minutes that captivate and motivate With a total run time of 46 minutes, this fast-paced documentary was designed specifically for … Continue reading
Every Picture Tells a Story: N.C. Wyeth Illustrations from the Brandywine River Museum. April 27, 2013 – December 29, 2013 Wyeth Center The exhibition, based on the holdings of the Brandywine River Museum in Chadds Ford, Pennsylvania, is composed of … Continue reading