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Abbey Ryan – Private Painting Mentoring

Abbey Ryan – Private Painting Mentoring “Whether you’re a beginner or experienced painter, Private Painting Mentoring will help you move towards your artistic goals and dreams.” – Abbey Ryan As a teacher, I hope to share what I have learned and to learn from those I work with. Instructional painting videos […]

Bill Bukowski

“Landscape is a constant inspiration” William Bukowski is a painter living in Mankato, Minnesota.  He has been teaching art at Bethany Lutheran College since 1980.  He graduated with an M.F.A. from the University of Wisconsin, Madison in 1979 and taught one year at Thiel College in Greenville, Pennsylvania. Bukowski paints primarily from life and for […]

West Hartford Art League – CT +6

2017 marked the 10th Anniversary of CT +6, the West Hartford Art League’s juried regional exhibition open to artists in Connecticut plus New England and New York. This year’s juror was Min Jung Kim, Director of The New Britain Museum of Art. Clubhouse Gallery, West Hartford Art League The exhibition […]

American Impressionist Society-National Juried Exhibition

The American Impressionist Society’s 18th Annual National Juried Exhibition will take place September 28 – October 29, 2017 at Montgomery-Lee Fine Art in Park City, Utah. Opening reception with Awards Presentation is from 5 to 9pm at Montgomery-Lee Fine Art on Thursday, September 28th. We are pleased to sponsor two […]

Welcome Phthalo Green to your palette

Put Phthalo Green’s intense color strength and brightness to work for you: Dazzling Turquoise mixtures Combined with our Silver Point, the Phthalo Green is transformed into a deep gemlike blue green with better opacity yet still cool and bright. For a paler Turquoise, mix the Phthalo Green with our King’s […]

Betsy Ashton

“I’ve been sketching everything in sight since I was old enough to hold a pencil, but the thing I wanted to sketch the most has always been people. When bored in school I would invariably wind up sketching the teacher. ‘Betsy! What are you doing? Bring that up here!’ she […]

Sharon Sprung

“My paintings are a carefully observed negotiation, manipulated layer upon layer in order to create a work of art as equivalent as possible to the complexity of real life. They are an attempt to control the almost uncontrollable substance that is oil paint, and the equally untamable expression of the […]

Dot Bunn

ARTIST’S STATEMENT Surely the gift of being creative is a wonderful thing but talent comes from hard work and discipline. The final painting that leaves my easel has a carefully designed structure that guides my choices throughout the process. Design is my starting point and many of my paintings had […]

Gauguin: Artist as Alchemist

Currently on view at the Art Institute of Chicago, Gauguin: Artist as Alchemist, takes an in-depth look at Post-Impressionist Paul Gauguin’s creative process and how he challenged cultural, geographic, and material boundaries. Perhaps best known for his paintings of women in idyllic Tahitian settings, Paul Gauguin was an artist whose career […]