I had never heard of William D. Berry until I read a post about him over at James Gurney’s blog, GurneyJourney. Holy Cow, was he an incredible field artist! There is a book that covers three years of his field “sketches”, which you can buy here for the […]
I saw this spunky Jack Russell terrier a couple of years ago at a riding stable in southern California and knew I was going to do a painting of him. Click to bid here
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American Artist magazine has a very good blog called the “Artist Daily”. Today’s post is particularly interesting for artists who are wondering if they can sell on their own without a gallery. The answer seems to be “yes”. Check it out here.
I photographed this simple, but colorful scene on a trip to Grand Tetons National Park.
I received a delightful surprise in the mail a few days ago. My friend and colleague Shawn Gould sent me a sweet little self-published book of some of his recent paintings. I’m writing about this for two reasons. One, because I thought that you would enjoy seeing his […]
This is the first in an on-going series about one of the many delightful and unexpected discoveries that I’ve made since I’ve started going to Mongolia- I was channel-surfing one evening when I was staying at the Narantuul Hotel in Ulaanbaatar during my 2006 trip and came across […]