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Sunday, August 18, 2019

Beautiful Hollyhocks

BEAUTIFUL HOLLYHOCKS
Artist: Regina Sielk, Germany
Artist Statement: This summer, gorgeous hollyhocks were almost everywhere and I wanted to capture the beauty. Thewarmth of the Stillman & Birn Nova beige paper makes the watercolors and coloured pencils contrast so intensively, perfect for bright hollyhocks.

MEDIA: Watercolors, Colored Pencils, Acrylic
SURFACE: Nova Series – Heavyweight – 150 gsm – Beige – Medium Grain Finish

ABOUT THE ARTIST: Regina Sielk is an amateur artist living with her family near Hamburg, Germany. Sketchbooks give her the freedom to draw and paint almost everywhere and anytime, plein air and at home. Regina’s favourite art supplies are watercolors, coloured pencils and fountain pens. She also creates watercolor paintings.

Facebook: Regina Sielk
Instagram: reginasielk

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Saturday, August 3, 2019

Windmill of Damme

ARTIST: Brenda Swenson, United States
ARTIST STATEMENT: Being a painter is more than mastery of techniques. It’s the desire to express how I feel about my world and my response to it. To put simply…to communicate. My tools are that of a painter: brush, paint, paper and ink. I sketch and paint outdoors constantly. Working en plein air has taught me to be observant to the effects of light and atmosphere. I take this knowledge with me into the studio. Being an artist is an endless journey…always struggling to achieve one’s best work. The struggle keeps my work honest and direct.

The Windmill of Damme was created during my visit to Belgium, in June. I was there to teach two workshops and stayed in the Brugge region. The day I saw the windmill for the first time my heart leaped! Everything was perfect (this rarely happens in plein air). The day was bright and sunny but not too hot. I had a cool breeze on my back and the windmill blades were rotating against the blue sky and large billowing clouds. I’m always on the look-out for interesting shadows. Imagine my delight when I saw the blade of the windmill wrapping the tower. It begged to be painted!

MEDIA: Watercolors
SURFACE: Beta Series – Extra Heavyweight – 270 gsm – White – Cold Press Finish

ABOUT THE ARTIST: Brenda Swenson is the artist author of two books, Keeping a Watercolor Sketchbook
(Finalist, Award of Excellence) and Steps to Success in Watercolor. Her artwork has been featured in Splash (11,12,14,19 & 20), An Illustrated Journey, Creative Freedom, Complete Guide to Watercolor, Watercolor Artist, Watercolor Magazine, Watercolor Highlights, Plein Air Magazine and numerous other publications. She has two instructional DVD’s on painting and sketching techniques. Brenda has achieved signature status in WW, NWWS, and SDWS. An active participant in the arts community, she has served on the board of directors for the National Watercolor Society and Watercolor West. She is in demand to judge shows, demonstrate, and teach workshops to groups nationwide and abroad.

Below you’ll find my links to social media…
https://swensonsart.net/
http://brendaswenson.blogspot.com/
https://www.instagram.com/brenda_swenson/
https://www.youtube.com/results…
https://www.facebook.com/Brenda-Swenson-Watercolors-123875454314057/

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Saturday, July 20, 2019

Okunoin Cemetery, Koyasan, Japan

OKUNOIN CEMETERY, KOYASAN, JAPAN
ARTIST: Doug Russell, United States
ARTIST STATEMENT: About twelve days into a recent month-long trip in Japan, I sat down to sketch two tombstones in the Okunoin Cemetery on Mount Koya. The nearly two kilometer long cemetery is home to the graves of over 200,000 Buddhist monks – and just a short distance from the Buddhist monastery I stayed at for a night. I drew this sketch in about an hour during my long and winding hike through this magical environment. I initially sketched the basic composition in graphite and then moved into the ink work, accenting the drawing with colored pencil to finish.

For me, drawing on location is a way to be a witness of a place, a fleeting moment, a specific space in time. In that moment I am fully focused and present. It is truly one of the joys of travel and of drawing. In this instance in the mossy and shady cemetery I can still remember the swarm of curiously non-aggressive gnats and mosquitoes surrounding me the entire time, the Buddhist monks passing by silently on the path below, and the birds flying through the towering thousand-year-old cedar trees.

Overall the trip to Japan was a great experience and very rewarding in terms of drawing on site. I happily completed twenty-six drawings while traveling through Nagasaki, Kurokawa Onsen, Hiroshima, Miyajima Island, Osaka, Koyasan, Takayama, Kyoto, Kanazawa, Shibu Onsen, and Tokyo. It was a great way to recharge my creative energies – and start my summer.

MEDIA: Pen & Ink, Colored Pencil
SURFACE: Nova Series – Heavyweight – 150 gsm – Beige – Medium Grain Finish

ABOUT THE ARTIST: Doug Russell is a visual artist and urban sketcher who lives and works in Laramie, Wyoming. Nearly every year he travels and draws for a month. Over the past several years his trips have included Japan, Peru, Indonesia, Cambodia, Turkey, and Italy. His work has been exhibited in solo shows at the Missoula Art Museum, the Helen E. Copeland Gallery in Bozeman, MT, and the Urban Institute for Contemporary Arts in Grand Rapids, Michigan. His work is in several permanent collections, including The Museum for Architectural Drawing in Berlin and the Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art in Kansas City. His work was recently included a group drawing show at the William Havu Gallery in Denver, Colorado – and in a large solo exhibition at the Nicolaysen Art Museum in Casper, Wyoming. He currently holds the position of Professor of Art at the University of Wyoming where he is coordinator of the drawing program.

Instagram: @dougrussellart
Website: http://russellfineart.com

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Saturday, July 13, 2019

Tree Trunks

ARTIST: Don Gore, United States
ARTIST STATEMENT: I essentially always carry one or more sketchbooks on all of my daily travels. We were in the Blue Ridge Mountains just outside of Asheville, NC and a simple view of the sun coming through the leaves of the trees caught my eye. The layers of the trees and the leaves as they recessed into the landscape created the scene I wanted to capture. I began by drawing the shapes between the foreground trees and let them create an almost abstract rhythm of negative space. Spotting in a few leaves to give the impression of what were literally thousands of small objects blowing in the wind. It was a pretty quick initial sketch to capture the scene. I added the simple bits of watercolor to fill in the spaces between the “tree trunks” and you see the result. I love the Stillman & Birn Zeta sketchbooks for this type of sketch because they take the pen and ink so well and I don’t have to worry about adding the watercolor over the top. They can take all of the water and pigment that I want to apply. This sort of sketch is helpful for me to remember that simpler is often better. I have a tendency to get hung up on details and waste a lot of time on things that don’t really matter in telling the story or capturing the essence of what I am recording. I’m happy with the result I managed to achieve with this sketch.

MEDIA: Pen, ink and watercolor.
SURFACE: Zeta Series – Extra Heavyweight – 270 gsm – White – Smooth Finish

ABOUT THE ARTIST: I’ve enjoyed drawing since I was a young boy. It was never really anything more though than what any kid might draw or imagine. A few years ago, I bought the book “An Illustrated Life” by Danny Gregory. I read it cover to cover that same day. I was hooked by the notion of incorporating drawing into everyday life. There is great freedom in creating without limits or guidelines and there is not a right or wrong to it. My only regret is that it took me until I was nearly 50 years old to make the discovery. Through the process of creating my drawings, it makes me take the time to really stop, see, smell and feel the places I visit. I love sharing what I do and have met so many great people who stop to see and ask what I’m doing. I am not a professional artist. I simply do what I do because it makes me happy.

WEBSITE: www.dongore.com
INSTAGRAM: @dongore50
VIDEO: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w5uj9LTm10g&amp%3Bt=1s

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Saturday, July 6, 2019

She Wore Red

ARTIST: Kathryn S. Brashears, United States
ARTIST STATEMENT: I’ve loved to draw people for as long as I can remember. I’ve taken various workshops with notable portrait artists in recent years, usually doing charcoal sketches and oil paintings. As of late I have been working in watercolor for the portability, clean up ease and quick project completion. To me, it’s almost like playing. For this piece, I took photos of the model on my phone to determine composition (and for later reference, if needed). A light pencil sketch was done to layout the figure, followed by a thin Micron pen with brown ink to establish the actual drawing lines. All pencil lines were removed with a kneaded eraser and layers of watercolor made the thin brown drawing almost disappear. I followed up with darker details and applied white gouache for highlights.

MEDIA: Ink, watercolor and gouache
SURFACE: Alpha Series — Heavyweight — 150 gsm — White — Medium Grain Surface

ABOUT THE ARTIST: Kathryn Brashears is an artist in Nashville, TN. After giving up her day job as a licensed optician, she studied Visual Communications at the Art Institute of Atlanta and has been an artist/graphic designer ever since. She has two grown children and a pesky Jack Russell terrier. She is also the grandmother of an active three year old and looks forward to painting more when preschool begins THIS YEAR!
Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/ksbrashears/

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Saturday, June 29, 2019

The Cactus

ARTIST: Jessica Seacrest, United States
ARTIST STATEMENT: I live in Southern Arizona. Lots of amazing cacti. This sketch is of a Beavertail Prickly Pear. Occasionally I’ll snap pics when I’m out walking. I like painting from photos because I don’t feel rushed, plus the temps here get high. What appealed to me the most about this image were the shapes, and the contrast between the green and the pale yellow glochids on the newly forming pads. The glochids almost seemed to glow. They look fuzzy and cute but will getcha! I love how the Nova Series beige paper lent a moody quality and made the M. Graham Bismuth Yellow pop. Other favorite pigments used were Cascade Green, Undersea Green and Moonglow by Daniel Smith. My process is more of an intuitive one where I let the image and colors happen, rather than get it exact. I like to let the colors speak. This weight of paper, also used in the Alpha and Gamma Series, is my favorite.

MEDIA: Watercolor and pencil
SURFACE: Nova Series – Heavyweight – 150 gsm — Beige — Medium Grain

ABOUT THE ARTIST: Jessica uses art and creativity to explore life, intuition and spirituality. She is an enthusiast of creative process in all its expressions, loves making things with her hands, and currently in a love affair with the magical medium of watercolor. She believes in the transformative power of a good old-fashioned hobby and has worked with found art sculpture, metal, clay, fiber and beads. You can find her on Instagram @jessicaseacrest

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Thursday, June 27, 2019

Giveaway Winners Announced

We’re pleased to announce that the following are the winners of our Square Sketchbook Giveaway contest:

Patricia Barbero
Annelein Beukenkamp
Bonnie Fogg
Ana Gonzalez
Shirley Lewis
Alejandro Morales
Anjali Mittal
Raffaela Mori
Andre Slu
Alida Wings

Congratulations to the winners and thank you to all for participating. Please look for our next giveaway coming soon.

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Sunday, June 23, 2019

Forest

ARTIST: Santi Sallés, Spain
ARTIST STATEMENT: Drawing made with graphite pencil with oil base and painted with watercolors and topped with colored pencils.

MEDIA: Pencil, watercolors, colored pencils
SURFACE: Beta Series – Extra Heavyweight – 270 gsm – White – Cold Press Finish

ABOUT THE ARTIST:Santi Sallés is an urban artist, illustrator and graphic designer. He lives in Barcelona and works for advertising agencies, companies, magazines and newspapers. He has published several drawing books and has participated in different international travel notebook festivals. He usually teaches urban drawing workshops and conferences.

Instagram: @santisalles
Facebook: Santi Sallés
Website: http://www.santisalles.com

 

 

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Saturday, June 22, 2019

Giveaway Winners Announced

We’re pleased to announce that the following are the winners of our Square Sketchbook Giveaway contest:

Patricia Barbero
Annelein Beukenkamp
Bonnie Fogg
Ana Gonzalez
Shirley Lewis
Alejandro Morales
Anjali Mittal
Raffaela Mori
Andre Slu
Alida Wings

Congratulations to the winners and thank you to all for participating. Please look for our next giveaway coming soon.

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Thursday, June 13, 2019

Square Sketchbook Giveaway

We’re giving away ten of our new 7½” x 7½” softcover sketchbooks. Winners can choose one sketchbook from the following series in which this new size is offered:
• Alpha Series
• Beta Series
• Zeta Series
• Nova Trio (toned paper – mixed sheets)

TO ENTER CONTEST:
Simply email us with your name to: contest@stillmanandbirn.com. We will automatically enter you. You will receive an email reply confirming your entry within 48 hours. Entry to this contest closes Thursday June 20, 2019 at 11:59 PM EST.

NOTIFICATION:
Winners will be picked at random on Friday, Jun 21, 2019. Winners will be notified by email and their names will be announced on our blog and social media sites that day. We will naturally respect any winner’s instructions to remain unnamed.

RESTRICTIONS:
You must be over the age of 18 in order to enter; only one entry per person. No purchase required. No geographical restrictions….you can enter this contest from anywhere!

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Tuesday, June 11, 2019

Seen at Life Drawing Symposium

Thank you to co-founders Melanie Reim and Veronica Lawlor for featuring our new Alpha Series square sketchbook at their Life Drawing Symposium. The Symposium took place this past weekend in White Plains, NY. The annual two-day workshop is an immersive experience oriented to training artists in the techniques of drawing people. For more details and contact information please see the Symposium’s website www.lifedrawingsymposium.com

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Saturday, June 8, 2019

Hot Sauce

ARTIST: Shari Blaukopf, Canada
ARTIST STATEMENT: Every once in a while, I love to take my tubes of gouache out to play. I find that the process of applying opaque pigments onto toned paper is a great exercise in thinking about colour mixing.

The real challenge in this one was figuring out what to do with the transparent bottles against the dark background. In reality, when I looked at them, the only thing I could really see was the highlights on the glass and the little bits of dried hot sauce on the inside of the bottles. The bottles themselves sort of dissolved in to the background. I tried to solve the problem by painting the transparent part of each bottle slightly lighter than the background grey, and then adding a few darks and lights to each one. The most fun part was painting the brightly-coloured labels on these.
I work very much the same way for this that I do with watercolour, except for the highlights (which in watercolour are the white of the paper): big shapes and mid-tone values first, followed by colour accents, then darks and finally the highlights.

MEDIA: Gouache
SURFACE: Nova Series – Heavyweight – 150 gsm – Beige – Medium Grain

ABOUT THE ARTIST: Shari Blaukopf is a Montreal-based painter, teacher, illustrator and sketch blogger. She is the author of The Urban Sketching Handbook: Working with Color, and you can find her online courses Sketching Landscapes in Pen, Ink and Watercolor and Sketching the City in Pen, Ink and Watercolor on Bluprint.com.
She spends her winters painting snow scenes and her summers outdoors, giving workshops and sharing her love of urban sketching in watercolour.

Blog: www.shariblaukopf.com
Website: www.blaukopfwatercolours.com
Instagram @sharisketcher
Facebook: www.facebook.com/blaukopfwatercolours/

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Saturday, June 1, 2019

Vintage Fender Telecaster

ARTIST: John Fishman, United States
ARTIST STATEMENT: I have admired the design of guitars since I began playing them as a teenager, and built a few of my own in high school and college. They are truly practical art, meant to be admired and used. In my mind, Fender Telecasters, such as this 1962 “Fiesta Red” example, epitomize mid-century American design: mass-produced, futuristic, exciting and fun! Telecasters have provided the inspiration for countless innovative musicians whom I admire across so many genres, including country, blues, rock ‘n’ roll, folk, jazz, and bluegrass.

In this piece, I tried to capture not only the light, but the details that reveal this guitar’s journey: the dents and dings, the chip marks and scratches that testify to a well-loved, much-used instrument.
I was playing in my 9” x 12” Stillman & Birn Gamma sketchbook, using my Platinum Carbon fountain pen, Platinum Carbon Black ink, and some brand-new-to-me Schmincke Horadam gouache paints, plus a Uni-ball Sign pen for the highlights.

MEDIA: Ink, gouache
SURFACE: Gamma Series – Heavyweight – 150 gsm – Ivory – Medium Grain

ABOUT THE ARTIST: John Fishman uses his sketchbook as a place of meditation to unwind from his sometimes stressful day job as a hospital chaplain. He believes that each piece of art is an act of recreation, not only of the object, but of the artist, and that making art is a form of play, in the best possible way. He tries to post daily to his Instagram account: @justrecreationing.

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Monday, May 27, 2019

Color Playground

ARTIST: Stefanie Hornik, Germany
ARTIST STATEMENT: This sketch is all about trying out, playing with colours and materials. I more or less randomly picked different tools to test the effect and the handling on the paper. (For example, I used watercolors, acrylic markers and colored pencils.) I mostly use these materials for my artworks. This approach is always a good way for me to overcome the fear of the white sheet at the beginning of a new sketchbook. In this case it was a Stillman & Birn Beta Series softcover.

MEDIA: Watercolor, colored pencil, ink, water soluble oil pastels, acrylic markers
SURFACE: Beta Series – Extra Heavyweight – 270 gsm – White – Cold Press Finish

ABOUT THE ARTIST: Stefanie Hornik lives and works in Dresden, Germany. She is a passionate Urban Sketcher and tries out different media in her drawings, but mostly comes back to ink and watercolor. She is less concerned with the detailed representation of a situation than with the expression of a special feeling in a setting. It’s always exciting to get into conversation with other people through art in various places. You can follow Stefanie’s work on Instagram at https://www.instagram.com/ff.ets/

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Tuesday, May 21, 2019

Stillman & Birn Arrive en France

We are very pleased to announce that Stillman & Birn has finally arrived in France thanks to our new partners at Aqaurelle et Pinceaux ( www.aquarelleetpinceaux.com ).

Thank you M. and Mme. Laisné and the rest of the Aquarelle et Pinceaux team!

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Thursday, May 16, 2019

Nathan

Artist: Natalie Higgins, United States
Artist Statement: I love experimenting and playing in my sketchbook. It gives my brain a break from the technical and precise work of designing and making jewelry, my day job. I enjoy trying to capture the expression and mood of the human face. I start my drawings with a simple pencil sketch trying to place facial features. After the pencil sketch, I paint layers of watercolor to the desired depth and color I’m trying to achieve. Finally, I use ballpoint pen crosshatching to create more depth, add texture and focus on details. I enjoy all types of media, but my favorite is a mixed-media combination of watercolor and ballpoint pen.

MEDIA: Pencil, watercolor, ballpoint pen
SURFACE: Beta Series – Extra Heavyweight – 270 gsm – White – Cold Press Finish
ABOUT THE ARTIST: Natalie Higgins is an artist and jewelry designer living in Magnolia, Texas with her husband, two labradors and two cats. She has a creative soul that loves to explore various mediums with the goal of having fun and relaxing. Sketching allows her to have the freedom to play.
Instagram: @nhiggins123

 

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Friday, May 10, 2019

Thanos Study in Gouache

ARTIST: Jordan Rhodes, United States
ARTIST STATEMENT: I painted this gouache study out of excitement and anticipation of the upcoming movie Avengers Endgame. This particular scene was from Infinity War when Thanos was explaining his motivation behind his quest to eliminate half of the universe. While at the surface it is a cruel intention, it is one solution to the difficult issue of overpopulation. While he is obviously the villain, he genuinely believes that he is doing the right thing, and is willing to sacrifice anything toward achieving his ambition.

MEDIA: Gouache
SURFACE: Nova Series – Heavyweight – 150 gsm – Beige – Medium Grain
ABOUT THE ARTIST: Jordan Rhodes is currently a chemistry Ph.D. candidate in Nashville TN. In his free time he makes art for fun, primarily focusing on portraiture. His preferred mediums are watercolor, gouache, and Copic markers.
Instagram: @jmr_art
Youtube: @jmr_art

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Sunday, April 28, 2019

Unfurling Ferns

Artist: Jean Mackay, United States
Thank you naturalist Jean Mackay for posting this lovely drawing of unfurling ferns to celebrate the arrival of spring. One of the joys of spring is watching fern fronds unfurl. They start with small fuzzy arcs in the early spring, just poking their little heads above the crown of the plant and slowly growing upward and unfurling like the unwinding of a spring.

From Jean’s blog:  “My simple tip…is to let observation and delight drive your sketching. Go out with no agenda and see what strikes you. I was drawn in by the variety of fiddleheads when I started looking more closely at them unfurling in the woods – some hairy, some smooth, some reddish-brown, others bright yellow-green. Had I gone out with a pre-planned idea of what I wanted to paint, I might never have seen them.”

Thank you Jean for also posting the excerpt from poet laureate M.S. Merwin’s lyrical contemplation of spring, his poem “Empty Water”. These are the lines in Jean’s drawing:

come back
believer in shade
believer in silence and elegance
believer in ferns
believer in patience
believer in the rain

Here is the link to the entire Merwin poem: https://bit.ly/2UM9U8G

MEDIA: Ink and watercolor
SURFACE: Beta Series – Extra Heavyweight – 270 gsm – White – Cold Press Finish

ABOUT THE ARTIST:
Jean Mackay is a naturalist, watercolorist and art instructor. She is the Director of Communications and Outreach at the Erie Canalway National Heritage Corridor. This is the link to Jean’s blog: http://www.jeanmackayart.com/

 

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Thursday, April 25, 2019

Coming Soon: Square Softcover Sketchbooks

Stillman & Birn sketchbooks will soon be available in a square shape: 7½” x 7½” (19 x 19 cm.) These new sketchbooks will be made in four varieties:
Alpha Series – Item 101750S
Beta Series – Item 301750S
Zeta Series – Item 901750S
Nova Trio – Item 399750S

Square-shaped drawing surfaces have a completely balanced aspect ratio and are ideal for proportional visualizations, gridded studies and much more. And of course, square is the preferred shape for Instagram posts. These flat-opening softcover sketchbooks open to a dynamic 7½” x 15” (19 x 38 cm.) landscape spread.

We begin shipping to our distributors and retail partners this Friday. Look for these sketchbooks to begin showing up on art supply store shelves and online in the U.S. and Canada by mid-May.

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Friday, April 19, 2019

Awakening

ARTIST: Rachel Gates, United States
ARTIST STATEMENT:
When I painted this, I’d been thinking about the importance of sketchbooks. How they are more than just a place to create. They are a place to experience, to explore, to learn, to share with the world or even to keep sacred with oneself. I was excited to dive into the first page of my new Stillman & Birn Zeta series sketchbook, on which this is painted, with a new perspective. I decided to start this work loosely, mixing my acrylic paint with a lot of water and relaxingly blocking in all the shapes and values. I initially worked with a very limited palette, only drawing from a few colors in order to maintain a neutral aesthetic. Towards the end of the piece, I added in the glowing sun rays and hints of pink and reflective light into the sky and water. Seeing the vibrancy of the sunset manifest only towards the end of the painting, I felt refreshed and at peace. It is my hope that this painting can make someone feel this way too.

Media: Acrylic Paint
Surface: Zeta Series – Extra Heavyweight – 270 gsm – White – Smooth Finish

ABOUT THE ARTIST:
Rachel Gates is a landscape artist based in the state of Maine. Surrounded by beaches, mountains and forests, Rachel draws daily inspiration from the endless beauty in nature. Studying how light interacts with different environments, Rachel enjoys conveying in her paintings the natural harmony that exists amongst a balance of brilliant colors and both light and dark values. Rachel works to evoke a sense of depth, authenticity, and timelessness in her paintings that allows the viewer to feel centered and present in the experience. Follow Rachel’s paintings on Instagram at www.instagram.com/paintrachel

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