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Andres Leonard Zorn (1860-1920) is known for using a limited palette. It is believed that Zorn reduced his palette to as few as three rather earthy colors - Yellow Ochre, Cadmium Red Medium, Ivory Black plus White. There seems to [...]
We picked the lemons, put them on a wooden tray lit by the sun from our kitchen window. The plan was to make margaritas, but as often happens in my life, this fleeting moment inspired me to make art. [...]
Step-by-step oil painting tutorial. I walk you through my process of painting White Roses. [...]
Michael Lynn Adams shares how Richard Schmid's color chart exercise saved his art career. [...]
I painted Plums after harvesting them at a friend's farm. This tutorial takes you step-by-step through my process of painting, Plums. [...]
Recently old photographs of my family have fascinated and inspired me to reinterpret them in paint. Its a special way to connect to some really wonderful people. Here, for example, is my aunt Lolo, and my father, Richard in 1927. [...]
White Mums features a blue and white vase with white chrysanthemums (of course). Unlike most of the flowers I use, these were not from our garden but store bought from a charming little flower store inside a local super [...]
The mums are coming along just fine. After the initial block in and color lift I contoured the vase a bit and worked on the flower pedals. And bottom row the blossoms have become quite yellow. That is all part [...]
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