Archives for June 2018

Indulging in the
Creative Process​

It’s all about the process and not the end result. 2017 was an experimental year for me. I modified my palette and decided to work from plein air & studio studies. My plan was to go small before going big. My palette now includes only 4 ... Read More...

Different Strokes for
Different People!

I bet you thought I was going to say “Different Folks"! Well, that’s my point! You can, and should be different, folks! No one wants to see a second rate Sargent or Sorolla. People want to see who YOU are in YOUR work. I’d be willing to ... Read More...

Marketing is Such a Dirty Word

Over the last 7 years of being an artist, I’ve heard and said many comments, concerns and judgments around the subject of marketing. Some of which include: “I just want to paint”, “if the work is good, it will speak for itself”, “I’m not a ... Read More...

Paint Masses Not Grasses!

Perhaps one of the more perplexing problems for new and developing landscape artists is how to effectively depict grasses. It's easy for grasses to come out looking contrived or worse, like a bad hair transplant. I know, cuz I've been ... Read More...