West Fraser: Creating the Color of Light
West Fraser: Creating the Color of Light™
Plein-Air Painters of America Series
Now you can learn the step-by-step techniques of West Fraser in his first DVD. You’ll learn his process for selecting his subject, how to create a composition study, how to start a painting and the colors you’ll need, plus the process of taking the painting to a finished masterpiece.
West Fraser is renowned for his plein air and studio paintings, found in private collections and museums across America. His work excels through composition and its fine juxtapositions of value and color. Join West in seaside Maine as he paints a lobster boat moored to a local dock. See West start with a pencil composition, then block in key color masses and go on to final detail work as the painting comes to life.
- Creating a composition
- Sketching your design
- Developing your composition with a sketch
- How to start a painting
- The step by step painting process
- An interview with West Fraser by B. Eric Rhoads
- An Exhibit of West Fraser’s work
120 minutes of video.
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