Monthly Archives: April 2015

Designing Translucence

You and  have learned to look into the ambiguous confusion of water and easily accept its varieties of abstraction. We have learned to see undulating abstract rhythms as a recognizable feature of water. Water has become a launching pad for … Continue reading

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Texture Vs. Atmosphere

Everywhere we look we can see specific visual information change. We see articulated textures blend and dissolve over distance whether it’s a carpet of leaves in the forest or gravel on a road.  As a photographer you can accentuate this … Continue reading

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David Dunlop’s Studio Workshop 1 – Into the Woods is now on YouTube

David’s first Live Streaming Studio Workshop 1 – Into the Woods is now available on David’s You Tube Channel. David focuses on different painting techniques used in painting a forest scene and paints a demonstration oil sketch.  We hope that … Continue reading

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Find Color In Black and White

Camera Obscura machines of the 17th and 18th centuries helped artists to unite the tone of their paintings. The image seen through the lens of a camera obscura appears softer and the colors are slightly subdued giving a more unified … Continue reading

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