When we use the same ‘amount’ of different colors the painting will tend to look dull. Using this rule will help to brighten up your colors and not make it look ‘muddy’. … Continue readingWhat is the most important thing to remember when painting?
Loose painting is more expressive. It’s the true rendering of our instant reaction to what we see. BUT…there is a big difference between a well executed loose painting and something just slapped unto the canvass without any planning or fore knowledge. … Continue readingWhy should you paint ‘loosely’?
“This morning I saw the countryside from my window a long time before sunrise, with nothing but the morning star, which looked very big,” Vincent van Gogh Van Gogh was known for his thick application of paint on canvas, called impasto. An Italian word for … Continue readingHow did the van Gogh paint?
Interview with Marjorie Lee, student at LifeArt School Q: How long have you been at the school? A: Nearly five years Q: Why so long? A: Because Leonie.e.Brown is the best teacher I have ever had. Q: What is so different about her teaching? A: … Continue readingWhy I love my Art