Wednesday, June 24, 2009


5x7 inch original plein air oil painting
by Tom Brown

To purchase this painting, email me at:

Many artists who follow this blog have been inquiring about my Plein Air Painting videos. All my earlier videos are currently sold out, but I am excited to announce that I have just received a new shipment of my TWO NEWEST VIDEOS from my TV show on Plein Air Painting.

Each video was filmed entirely on location, and the camera zooms in very tight to capture subtleties of color mixtures on the palette and brush techniques as I apply strokes of rich, juicy oils to the canvas.

“JEFFREY OPEN SPACE TRAIL” follows me from start to finish as I work on a large toned panel. You’ll see how to create color variety and continuity throughout the canvas. You will learn about underpainting and overpainting, as well as how to mix the proper consistency of paint for various effects, and much more. In this video I also demonstrate a variety of practical and inexpensive equipment options you can make for outdoor painting.

follows the development of TWO separate paintings in a single video. In this lesson I discuss when, why and how to paint miniatures on location. This video includes lessons on how to unify value-masses in your paintings to create solid compositions, how to lead the eye to the focal point and how to create sizzling surface texture.

Each video is priced at $30 while supplies last. Shipping is free within the USA. To order videos email me at:

Thanks for looking. Enjoy the view and have a wonderful day!


Blogger policemisconduct2003 said...

Hi Tom, Long time no see, and what a wonderful sight to come back too, yet another beautiful landscape. I've been drawing hibrid ducks at the Mile Square pond in Fountain Valley, you have got to check it out. I can walk and run again, four miles around the lake every day, now if the insurance company would just fork over some bucks for that driver who ran me over I'd be back in biz. But it takes time to sort it all out, still you are on the top of my list of people to rekindle with once I am solvant again. Thank you for being you, love, Nancy

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