We are so fortunate to live in a time where you can ask a question and instantly “goggle” an answer. So different than (if lucky) going upstairs to the Encyclopedia Brittanica set (that had become outdated but was too expensive to replace), or waiting to go to the library (the small one at school or the bigger public one once ever 2-3 weeks) to try out a variety of search words or topics to see if there were answers. With all of our available knowledge all one needs is unlimited time. To help, each week I will add some of my favorite valuable resources.
Starting with one of the best:
If you can manage to attend a workshop with Carolyn Anderson (link), she will inspire you to think about the process of painting.
Here is a recent figure that she shared as she talked about color temperature on Art Chats with Linda Fisler’s (link)
Look at essays that she has on her web page about “real in realism” and “thoughts about edges” (link)
Or sign up to read her incredibly thoughtful blog posts at http://carolynandersonartist.blogspot.com
You absolutely must read her “book” (published on her blog)
Bet you can't wait to see what I suggest next week
#4/4 of warm and colorful