David Dunlop DVDs
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Emmy-Award-winning PBS Series
Landscapes Through Time with David Dunlop
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All 13 Episodes on 3 Dual-layer DVDs
(6.5 hours of Programs)
This 13 30-minute program high definition PBS Series offers an unrivaled blend of art, history, travel, science, philosophy, and technique. David Dunlop travels to magical locations painted by some of the world's greatest landscape painters.

The Entire 13 Program Set
$79.95
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Each Individual 30-minute DVD
$19.95

Season Two of Landscapes Through Time with David Dunlop will be available after broadcast on public television in early 2016. We will post the broadcast times on the website.
We have a limited number of David's 10-Postcard Set of paintings from Season Two available for the Holidays.

10-Postcard Set $20.00
$20.00

Painting Skies with David Dunlop - NEW DVD
3.5 Stars in Nov/Dec. Video Librarian Issue - "Highly recommended, an Outstanding resource for Artists"
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Four Different Programs and 3.5 hours of painting instruction:
- van Ruisdael Cloud Study
- J.M.W. Turner Cloud Study
- Skies in Motion Program
- Luminous Skies with Diffused Light

You can buy the DVD set or the Downloaded, Streaming Version which is avilable through an application called "Gumroad." If you buy the Streaming Version and another DVD set, you must purchase them separately. We are sorry for the inconvenience.

2 DVD Series/3.5 Hours
$59.95
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Studio Workshop
$55.95

Four Art Instruction DVDs
Painting Landscapes with David Dunlop
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Four Different DVDs - Each DVD contains approx. 2 hours of painting instruction
Using techniques of the old masters as well as contemporary methods, David Dunlop brings you a wealth of information, demonstrations, encouragement, tips, and insights in this aapproximately 2-hour DVDs. Learn new methods to dramatically improve your eye, your composition, painting and you landscapes. David begins in his studio and diagrams several master paintings. He then takes you tovarious locations in Connecticut where he diagrams the scene and completes a plein air painting. He returns to his studio to demonstrate several finishing techniques which could be applied to a painting.
All 4 DVDs
$114.95
Set of any 3 DVDs
$99.95
Each Individual DVD
$39.95
     
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Online Workshops with David Dunlop

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In this third Studio Workshop, Emmy award winning artist and teacher David Dunlop uses a glazing technique in oil to create greater depth and mystery to a forest scene.

He begins the painting demonstration with an earlier painting of a forest scene that is already dry. He adds a darker glaze to the entire painting, enhances its composition, and finds a new, more dramatic and mysterious painting through layers of glaze.


We hope that you enjoy it!

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If you missed our May 23, 2015 live stream, you can still watch David's Studio Workshop 2 online. In this Studio Workshop, David will focus on our cultural and biological perception and use of color. He will demonstrate elements of the history and science of color in landscape painting. What do colors mean in different cultures? David will (1) demonstrate how to mix and employ color for dramatic effects, how to use varieties of chromatic harmonies, and how to use color to evoke motion and space, (2) explore how past masters have used color, and (3) demonstrate new technologies for color effect. He paints a demonstration in oil of an urban scene. You can choose from a 720 and a 1080 resolution file for your selection.

Fee: $15.00 (click on Button Below to purchase and Watch. The online service is provided by Gumroad, so that is the address you will see in your browser. Click your back arrow to return to our website.)

David Dunlop's Studio Workshop 2 - Design and Color


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In this Studio Workshop (an archived version of our first live streaming program held on April 11, 2015), Emmy award winning artist and teacher David Dunlop focuses on different painting techniques and models used in painting a forest scene. David discusses historic ideas, palettes, compositions, intentions and methods.

Reaching back to earlier landscape painters, he explores how they sketched, composed, and painted. David uses contemporary techniques as well to demonstrate current developments in landscape painting and paints a demonstration oil sketch.

If you enjoyed our Studio Workshop and would like to help us create more streaming classes and additional programs for our PBS series, you can support us here:
$10.00 Contribution

$20.00 Contribution

$15.00 Contribution

$25.00 Contribution