Take one painting and call me in the morning. They’re more powerful than Xanax, and totally free of side effects.
Hollis Dunlap is treading a well-worn path, but he’s doing it as well as any living painter.
The honest painter thinks about rocks’ color and fracture patterns, and doesn’t just throw in a generic rock face in the general area it’s needed.
Clouds are a terrific, rampaging part of the landscape, and often the best part of a composition.
The ancient concept of the four elements—earth, wind, water and fire—are, coincidentally, also the four elements of landscape painting. Fire appears in the form of the sun, earth and water show up pretty much as themselves, and wind appears as the sky and its clouds. The only variation that is ever added is tangential: man […]