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Painting In Detail: Looking at things and feeling good about them

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by Bartosz Beda on Apr 26, 2016

Daily Studio Updates: Lech Walesa

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by Bartosz Beda on Mar 28, 2016

Daily Studio Updates: Double Face

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by Bartosz Beda on Mar 25, 2016

Painting In Detail: Stream Face IV

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by Bartosz Beda on Mar 21, 2016

Daily Studio Updates: #16

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by Bartosz Beda on Feb 23, 2016

Ecuador

I love Bill Guffey's Virtual Paintout art challenge. This is the first one I've done in a while. This month was a "walk" around Ecuador via Google Map's street view. I painted the scene on a canvas panel, not my favorite painting surface as I don't g...

Tucker

I painted Bogey a while back and had the privilege of painting Bogey's sibling, Tucker, for a Christmas present this year. I had an even greater privilege of getting to meet Tucker in person when I met up with the owner to hand deliver the painting.

Glowing Forest & Autumn Hunters

Here are two forest paintings that were both commissioned to be given as Christmas gifts. Now that they have been unveiled to their recipients, I can share them with you! Glowing Forest, given to a man by his doting husband in North Carolina: This c...

Book Review: The Elements of Landscape Oil Painting {Blogging for Books}

The Elements of Landscape Oil Painting- Techniques for Rendering Sky, Terrain, Trees, and Water by Suzanne Brooker ISBN: 978-0-8041-3755-3 Hardcover, 198 pagesPublisher: Watson-Guptill PublicationsRetail: $35.00 ***This post contains Amazon af...
by North Laurel Home & School on Dec 23, 2015

Carried Away

A couple weeks ago, I was running my dog in the park near my home. There is a hill with a row of oak trees at the top, and I was walking down at the bottom of the hill. It was a cold day, but the skies were blue and the sun shone brilliantly on the...

Flying High

Here in Oregon, the leaves have all turned brilliant colors and are accumulating in enormous piles in the streets. (This is good news for my garden, as I’ve been collecting them to make leaf compost.) It’s also inspired me to create this...

Wild Animal Arts: Universal Covering The Different Cultures And Continents

Wild animal arts are loved by many people and can be seen everywhere with their cameras capturing the beautiful sites of wildlife. Decorating the walls with the wild animal arts are a great way to add mystic beauty to the place. Many people are fond...
by Home Design Ideas on Nov 17, 2015

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by Whawi on Aug 18, 2015

Painting With Magic ( Blue Mountain Of Kentucky) season 3 ep 8 wet on wet oil painting by Brandon Thomas

Brandon Thomas takes you step by step in his wonderful painting Blue Mountain Of Kentucky You will learn to create layers in your painting how to mix colors, How to paint clouds with a palette knife and much, much more! Supplies needed can be foun...
by Basic Painting Tips on Aug 14, 2015

Oil Painting Lesson - Bargain Seascape (Time-lapse Version) by Jason Bowen

Find me on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/jasonbowenpa...Canvas BoardDaler Rowney Gergian Oils Used:Hookers GreenCobalt Blue HueCadmium Yellow HueIvory Black Vermillion HueWintonTitanium WhiteMedium used:WN Liquin...
by Basic Painting Tips on Aug 10, 2015

Oil painting on canvas - Fabiano Millani

Oil painting on canvas (Pintura a óleo) - Cidade dos Anjos - Fabiano Millani - Santo Ângelo RS Facebook : https://www.facebook.com/pages/Millani...... ...
by Basic Painting Tips on Jul 20, 2015

Walk With Grace

This is a commissioned piece made for a couple with a 5-year-old daughter named Grace. I love the play on words in the title–shown here are literally two parents, on a walk, with their daughter Grace. But the phrase “walk with grace̶...

Liberty

When I was about 11 years old, my family lived briefly on a farm way out in the country in Coburg, Oregon, a bit north of Eugene. I was allowed to take off into the woods near our home, exploring by myself for hours at a time. I crossed meadows and w...

Speed Painting Great Blue Heron oil painting - Time Lapse Demo by Lachri

Today I'm demonstrating an oil painting of a great blue heron and fish using glazing techniques and starting with a monochrome painting. I painted this guy using the glazing techniques that I showed you on this video https://www.youtube.com/watch?
by Basic Painting Tips on Jul 3, 2015

Explorers

In this painting, I’ve placed not one but two figures. They are so small in relation to the giant sequoias that you might miss them at first. Do you see them? Their identities and their relationship to each other are left to the imagination.


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