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Weekly Painting Week 62- Adobe Illustrator as an assist Outer Banks Beach Painting

I don’t rely heavily on Illustrator or Photoshop, but you can use digital programs to try on some different color before changing your original. Here is the original version of the painting along with one boosted with the saturation effect. 35 more words

Weekly Painting

Being an artist isn’t just about painting; the business side takes as much time as the creative time. I just finished an enormous project of scanning old photos of my paintings, and then editing, color correcting and cataloging almost 1600 images. 215 more words

Painting

Travelogue: Marble, Fur & Stone

The feral side of Ephesus, Turkey.

Last summer I was fortunate to travel throughout the Mediterranean and spent a memorable day at the Greco-Roman tourist mecca of Ephesus, Turkey. 279 more words

Watercolor

White Washing Unfinished Wood

You know those cute, rustic wood signs you see in stores that cost way more money than they are worth? Well that’s exactly why I decided to make one instead of buy one. 162 more words

Rustic Wood Sign

New painting using matte oil paint technique

In my latest painting, titled astir, I employed a chromatic black matte oil paint on a ground of a painted pattern of fluorescent green and fluorescent red acrylic paint. 226 more words

Paintings On Paper

Forecast for an Inch

Or: walk in front of me and you end up in the picture

Where’s the snow? I am waiting.

This painting is from a stormy afternoon walk in Prospect Park. 254 more words

Watercolor

Let it Snow!

Many of us are facing bitter winter weather just now. So, it seemed an appropriate time to talk about…painting snow!

Two of the main concepts to keep in mind when painting snow are value and color temperature. 716 more words

The Landscape Atelier