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Sharing the lessons I teach at the Artist Guild and the personal discoveries in my art.

Wednesday, August 28, 2019

Stormy Sky, New Mexico

Stormy Sky, New Mexico.
6'x8"Oil on Raymar panel $150.
Purchase HERE

Artist Note

The cloudy skies are always fabulous
during our monsoon season.
I went outside for this one.
Had to finish it up in the studio
after the wind whipped it
right out of my hand.

On the previous post
I linked to a video
showing how I painted a landscape.
I received some remarks about it
not showing on the front page.
I did place two links,
one lower down,
in case this happened.

I have found out that
people do NOT click on the
heading to see the full blog post
but stay on the email version.
I am one of them. Who knew!!


6 comments:

  1. I am 100% positive that I left a comment on your last post with the video. I wonder if it got lost in the ether sonewhere?

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  2. It must have gone into computer wonderland because you are usually the first to comment and I missed you.
    I did enjoy your post on bees. Such an important topic. I ordered the book.

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  3. Geez, That's some weather to try to paint outdoors! The result, however, captures all the windy tumult -- so well done you! Yes, folks should always click on the post title in the email -- and also click to enlarge the image -- so worthwhile! (That said, sometimes things just do seem to go AWOL in cyberspace­čśĽ)

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  4. this is fabulous Julie! I've been to New Mexico and the skies are definitely breathtaking. I've never been there with the stormy skies but I'm sure its still beautiful.. I as well left a comment on your last post and it wasn't there ...I enjoyed the video on the tree so much. I'm glad you shared it with us..!!! sending you a hug!!

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  5. yeah i think you change the email settings so more shows up, cant remember how to though

    gorgeous fluffy sky :)

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  6. Wow!!! Love the movement in the sky. I missed seeing the video you posted before this, so I will have to go look.

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Julie