If you’re a painter already, you know that landscape painting is one of the most soothing and “zen-like” painting experiences there is. There’s such a unique sense of calm and serenity you get from working with landscapes — and there is a meditative quality in working them till they stand out as something extraordinary.
As a landscape painter, you have the power to transport someone emotionally by expressing what speaks to you in nature.
You can feel the heat of the sun reflecting off the billowing clouds that you’ve communicated on the canvas…
…you can feel the cool and crisp air of an autumn morning in the Rocky Mountains…
…and you can even hear the gentle rustle of reeds along the shoreline as they sway with the breeze.
There’s a tremendous amount of freedom in landscape painting, and that’s one reason why so many artists end up falling in love with this type of painting.
Then there’s the fact that good landscape paintings are always in demand. Galleries want them because they sell all year round, and collectors love them because landscape scenes are always a smart choice for hanging in private homes or commercial buildings; they transport people to a different place.
Plus, they’re a lot of fun to paint!
Just imagine the rush you can get from capturing the innate beauty of a vivid landscape scene, and imagine how fulfilling it is to know your friends and family will enjoy your work for years to come…
…or imagine selling your landscape paintings for several thousand dollars once you get the hang of it and perfect your craft…
…or imagine seeing your paintings hang on the walls of a collector’s home or a museum…
Here’s the thing:
This isn’t a fantasy.
You CAN do it.
If you’d like to learn how, this is a very special opportunity just for you. And if you already know how … this is a chance to take it up a few notches.
In our brand new video training release, Landscape Painting Secrets, artist Bill Davidson gives you a step-by-step and in-depth demonstration that reveals how you can capture the raw and essential beauty of nature through oil painting.
This exclusive video release was created to give you all the tools you need to:
Paint a Gallery-Quality Landscape Painting
From the Comfort of Your Own Home or Studio
Bill Davidson considers himself a “recovering lawyer.”
You see, once he got painting in his blood, he had to pursue it, so he gave up his career as a high-paid trial attorney to pursue his true passion as a painter … and that “leap of faith” has turned out to be a very good decision indeed.
Now Bill’s work can be found in galleries all across the country, and his vivid landscape compositions have won him critical acclaim and countless awards.
His work has been featured in multiple publications … and now he’s here to help YOU learn what he has discovered that can transform you from being a regular painter to being one who produces that subtle difference that makes your work museum-quality.
Bill’s approach is all about finding harmony within the composition. Establishing the best focal points, getting your shapes right, paying close attention to your values as you go…
…so by the time you’re done, everything fits together seamlessly to deliver maximum emotional impact for the viewer.
Beginners and experienced painters alike love Bill’s technique because it’s very fluid — allowing for plenty of improvisation and discovery and giving you the freedom to stumble across those “accidental gems” that can turn a good painting into a truly breathtaking one.
Using his unique approach, Bill will help you overcome your obstacles and take your painting experience to the next level. He’ll share the very best landscape techniques that he’s developed on his own, plus those he has learned from studying with world-class painters around the globe.
Are You Ready to Learn How to Paint
a Vivid and Captivating Landscape That
Your Viewers Will Love?
If your answer is YES, this video was made for you.
Bill gives you a step-by-step demonstration, from setting up your materials to adding the finishing touches to your work — paying particular attention to four primary areas of the painting that deliver maximum effect for the viewer: