Insight into the process of an artist and professor, Andrew Dickson, who captures landscapes through painting.
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BY ELIZABETH JOSE
@ VOL 9
ON APR 04, 2013
"What if painting was easy, right?"
In Free Painting from PechaKucha Night Taos Vol.9, Elizabeth Jose presents a series of her paintings while sharing how she creates these beautiful works of art. Elizabeth talks about her mindset while painting, preparation, and what motivates her to paint.
This was "Presentation of the Day" on July 28th, 2017.
Landscape Photography and the Art of Listening
BY MIEKE BOYNTON
@ VOL 1
ON OCT 28, 2014
Mieke Boynton is an internationally-acclaimed landscape photographer whose images of Australia's outstanding beauty have been showcased all over the world. She lives in Broome, Western Australia, and draws endless inspiration from the vast and ancient Kimberley landscape.
Plein Air for the Planet: Landscape Art as Environmental Activism
BY STEPHEN WASHINGTON
@ VOL 3
ON JAN 22, 2016
Speaker Stephen Washington, an artist living in the Pocono Mountains of Pennsylvania, believes strongly in the power of art—particularly plein air painting—to help save the landscapes it so beautifully captures.
BY CLAUDE FRANCHETEAU
@ VOL 11
ON DEC 02, 2015
"I was lying on my back, near the river, my eyes staring into the deep blue of the sky. At the edge of my field of vision, I could see the rooves and chimneys of buildings, lost in the vastness and giving meaning to it. What I saw could be a way to paint."
Claude Francheteau paints contemporary and yet paradoxically classical skies.
With the help of modern acrylic paints and digital photography, depicting skies in the ancient way with a modern eye. A sincere kind of blue sky thinking."
Painting Nepal - Documenting the Adventure
BY MEREDITH MEEKS
@ VOL 4
ON MAR 02, 2017
Meredith Meeks shares the experience of artists going through a transformational period in their career. Bruce Aiken is a world renowned painter of the Grand Canyon and has devoted his life to capturing its beauty through his artwork. Now he has left the bottom of the world's most iconic canyon, to travel to top of the world - the Himalayas. For 33 years, Bruce lived in the Canyon with his wife and children, relentlessly painting the scenery around him. At age 66, Bruce was rattling his cage. His goal was to paint different scenery. But what he discovered was something different -neither expected nor calculated. Tashi Tsering is a mountain guide and community leader from Nepal. He met Bruce while guiding him through the Himalaya to Gokyo Ri - the ideal vantage point for Bruce's paintings. On their trek, Tashi shared his life altering story from the Gorkha Earthquake in 2015. He lost his wife, his daughter, and members of his extended family. His home village of Langtang lost their elders, their homes, and their economic lifeline - the tourism industry. Tashi is currently working to rebuild his village and preserve their culture for future generations. He told Bruce of the reconstruction efforts that begun immediately following the earthquake in April 2015. Tashi's story moved Bruce to go to Langtang to witness the devastation firsthand. Bruce started taking in beyond the landscape - but began painting people.