Wednesday, November 12, 2008

VINTAGE GAS STATION PLEIN AIR PAINTING






VINTAGE GAS STATION PLEIN AIR PAINTING

“ABANDONED”
6x8 inch Plein Air Painting
by Tom Brown

To purchase this painting, email me at tombrownstudio@cox.net.
SOLD

I discovered this unique gas station overgrown with weeds on the outskirts of Santa Barbara. After later research I learned that it’s an historical landmark and was used in the filming of the classic movie “The Postman Always Rings Twice.” On the net I even found photos of how this beautiful filling station looked in its heyday.

BIG NEWS FOR ARTISTS: "HOW TO PAINT BIG" - I am now taking pre-orders for the newest set of videos taken from my TV series, in which I demonstrate how to create a large studio painting from a small plein air study.

The lesson is contained on two DVDs in which I create a 24x36 inch canvas from start to finish. In these 2 videos I share everything about the process, and the cameras capture it all, from details of my color-mixing on the palette to the way I lay strokes of paint on the canvas.

I also include tips on composition, blocking-in, values, edge treatment, aerial perspective, surface texture, how and when to use artistic license, plus much more.

I am now taking pre-orders for the first release of this 2-DVD set at a special price of $50. Don’t miss out. These videos also make unique Holiday gifts for your artist friends! Email me for details: tombrownstudio@cox.net.

Thanks for stopping to look.

Today’s happy thought:
Relics from another era

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