Sarah Spackman continues to paint in her quiet considered way, underpinned by her guiding principle that good drawing is the basis of good painting, and that colour should be used to enhance the organisation and definition of observed space and form.
Artist Christine Lafuente talks about what makes a painting painterly and shares her exhibition at the Carver Hill Gallery.
The joys and challenges of creating art outside while traveling.
Artist Aimee Erickson talks about her upcoming book Plein Air Techniques for Artists.
Artists Amy Brnger, Bernard Dellario and Christine Lafuente share their knowledge about traveling with paints.
Artist Molly Hashimoto discusses her new book, Trees of the West: An Artist’s Guide and demonstrates various techniques from the book.
Join us for a conversation between three painters who each have their own sophisticated way of creating imagery that combines structure and feeling. Each artist will talk about their approach and intentions and respond to questions.
Jack Andrews shares the artistic legacy of Marianne North (1830-1890), the remarkable English Victorian botanical artist who defied convention by traversing the globe solo, recording the world’s flora with her paintbrush and writing her experiences in her journal.