Sunday, May 8, 2016

Impressionist Landscape in Acrylic

We were working on a landscape in my Impressionist class this week that focused on a limited palette of analogous colours.  It  is one of my favorite painting exercises to show how a limited palette can be used to create a luminous composition.  It is also a great example of how little detail is needed when the focus is placed on colour.
I made a video showing the process.  Here are some of the images from the video:
Roman Cupolas-01 Roman Cupolas-02 Roman Cupolas-03
Here is the video.  You can also see it on my YouTube channel.


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