Plein Air Painting Indiana White River Fast Motion w/Voice Over Instruction
This is the fast motion abridged version of the MasterOilPainting.com East Coast Plein Air Experience painting course by master artist Bill Inman.
This plein air painting of the White River was completed after 2 days on location with the railroad bridge and a couple touch-ups finished in the studio from memory.
The bridge was modified to accommodate the composition of the painting.
Enjoy learning about painting on location with this fast motion version of the oil painting White River Railroad Crossing. There is periodic points of instruction to describe the painting process.
The full art video contains voice over instruction and shows every brushstroke of the color mixing and painting process.
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Most of my landscape painting is alla prima or wet on wet and created from plein air studies, imagination and digital reference photos.
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About the Artist:
Learn from impressionist Bill Inman as he demonstrates how to breathe life into loose abstract color masses.
For more than 30 years he has been selling his work through galleries around the country as a full time artist.
He is classically trained with 5 years of figure and head drawing from the model; advanced pastel, watercolor and oil painting from life and holds an MFA in studio painting.
He is a recipient of the Congressional Art Award, has been featured in Southwest Art Magazine and has his work in collections around the world.
These colors and techniques generally apply equally well with oil or acrylic paint.
“My goal is to help viewers feel like they are looking out a window or doorway into a beautiful scene, one that beckons to forget the world a while and simply enjoy the peace and serenity, the incredible beauty Heavenly Father has provided.”
Bill and his beautiful wife Kristie have 7 children and several grandchildren. “They are my deepest source of joy and inspiration!”
Enjoy, and Happy Painting!!