Guide to Landscape Painting
Now available directly from Wind
River Arts is Carlson's Guide to Landscape Painting
which is one of the most recommended guides to landscape
$11.95 plus shipping
We do not sell these following materials but feel they are
very good educational resources.
They are sold by the artists or their representatives and
you can access them by
clicking on the link for that artist.
200 pages,150 color plates
Distributed by University of New Mexico Press
Len Chmiel: An Authentic Nature
is written by Amy Scott, MA, with an introduction by Jean
Stern. Featuring lush reproductions of the landscapes of
American artist Len Chmiel, this book depicts four decades
of the artist's melodic, evocative, and often abstracted
depictions of the land. Amy Scott contributes a fine essay
discussing Chmiel's formative years as an illustrator in LA
through his subsequent move to Colorado where he turned from
illustration and dove into fine art exclusively.
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"With these videos, I strive to give the
viewers a complete look into my thinking and understanding of
painting, the visual vocabulary that I use, the problem solving
that I face with every painting, and the philosophy that is at
the core of my work."
The videos are:
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the series of DVDs.
Scott L. Christensen
This is a great
introduction to painting the portrait. The artist demonstrates the
steps involved, as well as the thought process. The continuous flow
of information makes this instructional video interesting and very
informative. William Kalwick studied at the Art Students League of
New York and apprenticed under Lajos Markos. Kalwick has exhibited
in many national shows as well as international venues and is
represented by some of the finest galleries throughout the United
States and abroad.