I’m often asked about my palette, so thought I’d dedicate a post to this for future reference. First, I know many painters (great ones, in fact) believe in a limited
My supplies are arriving back from my recent trips (Ovanes Berberian workshop and Telluride Plein Air), so I am finding paintings that hadn’t yet been photographed and posted. This is
After more than three weeks of travel and painting, I decided to lay low last weekend, but nevertheless couldn’t help setting up my easel to capture this scene. Mike and
Having been now to two Ovanes Berberian workshops, and realizing that lots of readers plan to attend as well (some this week), I thought I’d provide some suggestions for a
Today wasn’t terribly productive as I’m starting to wear out. I did one scraper because I started too early in the morning and the light chnaged too quickly to finish.
Although I wasn’t able to photograph works in the demo last night (see yesterday’s post), I did find this set of photos showing an outdoor demonstration (this was on the
In today’s post I have my notes from last nights demo, as well as paintings for the day. As was the case last year, his studio painting demonstration was unbelievable.
Today was definitely a day for learning. Do you ever go to workshops with a competitive nature? I have to admit I sometimes do. I want to paint well. I
Great day! I’m glad I attended again this year, as already in the first day I heard some much needed clarification on his technique. Here are today’s key take-aways: Brush
I am leaving Sunday on a 3 week trip that will start with attending a workshop with Ovanes Berberian, proceed to New York where I will be presenting at the