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In The Studio: 3 New Oil Paintings

I have been working pretty hard to get my oil paintings to have the same level of artistic finish as my watercolors, and I just returned from a wonderful 3 day still life workshop with Roger Dale Brown at Dot Coursin’s Workshops in Pontotoc, Mississippi.  I learned a lot about edges, value control, and focusing my paintings.  Although all of these are landscapes they employ all of the things Roger was talking about.DSC_000116 x 20 oil on canvas panel “Waiting For Evening”DSC_000816 x 20 oil on canvas panel “Route 55 east of the Plains”

DSC_001116 x 20 oil on canvas panel “Irish Wind”

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  • Colleen SaboJanuary 22, 2014 - 2:53 am

    Have been painting all snowy day but not as successful as these. Really, really nice. Love the cows, and love Irish Wind.
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  • MercedesJanuary 22, 2014 - 7:09 am

    I find very interesting your application of the concepts learned in still life to the landscape. Really could be applied to any subject. Is’nt?. Thank for share. Best regards. MercedesReplyCancel

  • Pat McSwainJanuary 22, 2014 - 10:44 am

    Wonderful! To be able to capture in oil what is so successful in your watercolor landscapes. ReplyCancel

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