The 24×30 inch oil painting ‘Finding Gold in Estes Park’ was filmed from start to finish with helpful dialogue and tips throughout. The painting sold through Broadmoor Galleries.
Kristie and I took a trip to Estes, Colorado for an Oil Painters of America show I was in. We hiked around all day enjoying the light filled landscape and mountains. This river runs right through Estes and I couldn’t resist painting all the fun colors of the rocks in the flowing water.
I filmed the entire painting process – both the painting and the palette – and edited out all the brush cleaning, sneezing, or grabbing paper towels. At nearly 6 hours long this is one of the most robust videos in our library!
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I am an eternal student myself – I love to learn from other artists. I can’t tell you how many times I’ve purchased training of one type or another, gotten busy with life, and then come back to watch it months later only to see that it’s expired already. That’s a horrible feeling, and one I’ve made sure our members will never experience with us!
If it doesn’t work well for you and your preferred painting medium just let us know within 30 days and we’ll be sure you get a full refund. No reason to pay for something that isn’t helpful.
Actually, it’s a pretty safe guarantee that this training by itself will not make you a professional artist anytime soon. Professional artists spend thousands of hours in front of their easel, reading books, attending workshops, and using training resources like this one. Nothing can ever replace good old fashioned hard work and time in the studio.
However, this lesson is packed full of helpful hints, techniques, and tips that will help you on your journey to becoming a professional artist, and make the trip more enjoyable!
In short, he’s a really stink’in good artist and is one of the best teachers in the field today.
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