You'll Love These Landscape Pieces If:
- You love the beauty of America
- You want to hear from landscape artists about their inspiration & process
- Love landscapes & want to learn new painting & drawing techniques & approaches
This landscape showcase includes inspiring images from 89 top contemporary American artists. These masters of the landscape not only share their favorite images but they also share their personal experience with the work, their style techniques & the processes they use to achieve their personal artistic style. Read along as these experienced contemporary painters discuss art, creativity & fall in love with images of the American West, forests, desserts, rural settings & coastal beaches.
You'll Read Interviews With & See Images From:
- Robert L. Barnum
- Douglas Atwill
- William Hook
- Elizabeth Mowry
- Scott Lloyd Anderson
About the Book:
This exclusive compilation was master-minded by Kathryn Kipp, Acquisitions & Development Editor for North Light Books. In her 25-year career as an art instruction book editor, she has produced more than 200 titles, specializing in fine art and decorative painting. Kipp lives in Cincinnati, Ohio.
Enjoy this Sample From Art Journey America Landscapes:
“I like to study a subject at all times of day to understand it fully and to see how it is affected by changing light. I prefer dawn and dusk for the raking light, the contrasts, and the color. Midday is a whole different story: sometimes its bright, washed-out effects lend themselves to a particular subject. Certain object cast different shadows midday. Painting is always good after a storm because the clouds are breaking up and the light and atmosphere are clearer. Painting is also good before a storm because it’s invigorating to see atmospheric changes as the storm approaches.” – William Berra
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