Date recorded: Tuesday, September 28, 2021
Join painter Jane Barton to discover tips to help you turn your plein air sketches into successful studio paintings that keep their original freshness! Topics discussed will include how to transfer a small sketch to larger studio canvas, using grids, using limited values and more.
In the tradition of the early artists of the West, Jane Barton loves to capture the vanishing scene: old cars in Cuba, snow bound aspens in Colorado, colorful Italian fishing boats, sunsets on the Catalina Mountains near her home in Arizona. Painting constantly “en plein air” was the key to finding the information she needed to move from her early career as an award winning illustrator and graphic designer to her beautiful studio work. She studied at the American Academy of Art in Chicago, has a B.A. from Boston University and an M.A. in Illustration from Syracuse University School of Visual Arts.
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