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Painting the Landscape: 11 Questions Answered by Johannes Vloothuis

A painting demo by Vloothuis. Landscape Artist Teaches Thousands & Shares His Tips with Us With landscape artist Johannes Vloothuis guiding the way, thousands of artists from around the world learn how to paint. His teaching methods are geared toward those who are new to landscape painting (maybe you or someone you know) and to those who are experienced. Starting as a mentor on WetCanvas.com, he now has instructional DVDs and teaches online workshops. In ... Read More »

Happy Earth Day, Artists!

Being Part of the Green Art Movement Happy Earth Day, Artists! May your land-, sea-, and skyscapes be as lovely today as they ever were. It’s not a day to preach or chide or feel down on yourself. Just a day to celebrate Mother Nature and raise awareness as an #art community of green art ways–simple solutions you can do starting today in your studio to keep your ecosystem going strong. Love in art, Courtney ... Read More »

To Title or Not to Title: Is That the Question?

Beginner Art Questions: The Paint Is Drying&8230;Now What? Artist Ginny Gluege approached us with an interesting question and an informed take on what artists can and should consider when debating whether or not to title an artwork. I don’t like to title my acrylic paintings because I feel strongly about not influencing the viewers&8217; freedom to develop their own thoughts, interpretations, enjoyment of the piece. Is there a good way to label the pieces for inventory ... Read More »

Impressionist Painting Techniques For Beginners

The impressionist techniques are very creative and artful. They changed ordinary means of painting details that show life as such. The movement aimed at more freedom of art in an expressionistic style. There are several techniques used by Impressionist artists. According to art history, the first bright, modern movement is impressionism.With its kick-start in Paris in the […] The post Impressionist Painting Techniques For Beginners appeared first on Fine Art Blogger. Source: Fine Art Read More »

Paint Along 32: Professional Insights for Painting Water | LIVE with Johannes Vloothuis

TIME: 1:00 to 5:00 PM EST DATES: 3 Saturdays: March 4, 11, and 18 WHERE: From the comfort of your home You do not have to attend the sessions live. Everything gets recorded and can be downloaded at no extra cost. Register for the Paint Along 32: Professional Insights for Painting Water Live online workshop here now! Learn How to Paint Water Water is a common element in landscape paintings, and one that can add interest ... Read More »

Abstract Inspiration with Dean Nimmer

Do you ever sit down to make #art and find yourself freezing up instead? Break the ice with acclaimed abstract artist Dean Nimmer! Dean&8217;s new video on ArtistsNetwork.tv includes 9 fun and easy ideas for unlocking your spontaneity and creativity. Keep reading for two ways to find abstract inspiration with shadows! Abstract painting by Dean Nimmer Dean says: “One of the problems that plagues all artists, no matter how much experience you have, is blocks. Is ... Read More »

Pastel Portrait Demonstration: Tips on Painting from Life

Portraits have plenty of challenges on their own, and painting from life can add even more variables. Keep reading for tips from artist Brian Keeler as he presents a pastel portrait demonstration to a group of students! Model Sally “There’s this…system of thirds, which I refer to a lot. Start with that idea of thirds, and then see how the model actually differs from that perfect ideal. When I look at Sally, I think the difference ... Read More »

Paint Along 31: Combine Photos for Better Artistic Narratives | LIVE with Johannes Vloothuis

TIME: 1:00 to 5:00 PM EST DATES: 3 Saturdays: February 4, 11 and 18 WHERE: From the comfort of your home You do not have to attend the sessions live. Everything gets recorded and can be downloaded at no extra cost. Registration for the Paint Along 31: Combine Photo References to Create Better Artistic Narratives Live online workshop coming soon–please check back! Join landscape artist, Johannes Vloothuis, to combine reference photos for great landscape painting results. In this live online ... Read More »

Watercolor Painting Demonstration: City Lights

Rain on the pavement, the frenetic energy of busy people, taxis flying by…there’s so much inspiration to be found in a city scene. In this watercolor painting demonstration, the star of the show is a wet sidewalk reflecting vibrant neon lights. Follow along with acclaimed artist Paul Jackson and learn how to bring this nighttime cityscape to bustling life! Photo Reference, Drawing, and Sketching with Paint Photo Reference Paul says: “Nighttime in the city is one ... Read More »

Winter Survival for Urban Sketching

Sunbathing, camping, picnicking, urban sketching…wait a minute. Aren’t these out of the question for several more months for most of us? Sadly, yes–but urban sketching is the exception! Marc Taro Holmes is here to tell us there are abundant opportunities to stay warm and cozy inside and still draw your favorite outdoor scenes. Marc is one of our instructors at ArtistsNetworkTV (watch his and 600 more art workshops for free January 16-23!), and today he ... Read More »

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