Recent Lecture and Demonstration at The Museum of the White Mountains

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I was so honored to lecture and demonstrate on the subject of 19th century landscape painting techniques at the Museum of the White Mountains recently.  In the lecture I talked about the common process among artists of that time to do drawings and color studies outdoors, then bring this information back to the studio to make larger studio paintings. And how these larger pictures were done in a layered process , first with an under-painting , then several layers of glazing and scummbling.  

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Here I am demonstrating the under painting phase  

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For those interested in seeing a video of my process of how to make a Winter Full Moon painting, follow this link:

 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TDYTUfUPEds

 

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