Overachiever 19 | Jul


Forget a W.I.P, I'm documenting a L.I.T.W.A.C.O.M.I.P. (Lady In Tree With A Carton Of Milk In Progress.)


-Nathan

In the Works 17 | Jul






Just need a little varnish and frames. - Megan Aline


Conceit 12 | Jul


Let's just assume this thing is powered by dreams and fairy dust.


-Nathan

Coffee? 10 | Jul


Lil' French press!


-Nathan

Artists on Art Magazine 10 | Jul


This month I am fortunate to be included in the July issue of "Artists on
Art" magazine. My article "Shedding Light on Sfumato" goes in depth as to
how the creation of this pictorial style during the Italian Renaissance
changed oil painting through softer focus and diminished edges. I also
have covered how to approach painting this way with some handy tips.

-Brett



French press 10 | Jul


Mini penguin needed a pick-me-up.


-Nathan

Couple of new ones.. 07 | Jul













Framed and ready. - Megan Aline


Shiny 06 | Jul


Painting with Metallic Oil pigments has always been a odd gamble: I'm happy with the results, but it's never what I initially predicted.


-Nathan

Another Article 06 | Jul




Full article: www.charlestoncitypaper.com/charleston/painter-adam-hall-credits-his-success-to-fellow-artists-in-his-latest-robert-lange-exhibit/Content?oid=9407954

Adam Hall's newest series of works, Upon Shoulders, takes its title from one of his favorite Isaac Newton quotes, "If I have seen further, it is by standing on the shoulders of giants." A self-taught painter, Hall says that he's gotten to where he is today by surrounding himself with, as he puts it, "artists who are way better" than he is.

But his show serves as more than a nod to fellow artists — Upon Shoulders' interpretation can be viewed literally as well. "I'm realizing that a lot of what I'm drawn…..



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