Joe creates a demo fully en plein air and then takes that study into the studio to build a studio painting, complete with layers of glazing.
You can paint along with this step-by-step painting tutorial to learn how to paint a breathtaking landscape scene using Joe’s most powerful painting techniques — the techniques he has developed over decades of painting.
It’s time for Joseph McGurl to pass down his techniques from master to apprentice.
You’d be surprised at the number of established professional painters who turn to McGurl for instruction to take their already high-quality work to the highest levels.
He will show how to use information gathered on location and apply it to a large studio piece. His plein air study technique is unique and uses tools that will help make your drawing almost perfect.
And you don’t have to have talent to paint. That comes from training.
In fact, in the words of our publisher, B. Eric Rhoads, if you can follow a recipe and bake a cake, you can learn to paint. Because painting is a process.
If any of the above apply to you, then we encourage you to place your order now.
If you decide — for any reason — that this training isn't for you, simply send us an e-mail and we’ll refund 100% of your purchase, no questions asked!
Joseph McGurl is one of the most in-demand and influential landscape artists working in America today.
You can find his work in multiple prestigious galleries across the country, and his accolades and credentials are more than a little impressive:
According to one art expert:
"Joseph McGurl captures the blinding effect of the sun reflecting off of water better than any other artist … Sometimes you feel the need to squint or put on sunglasses when looking at his paintings — the sunlight is that believable!"
Or this one…
"Joe may just be the finest landscape painter alive today, and will go down in history as one of the great landscape painters of all time."
Joe’s teaching style is thoughtful, intelligent, and not gimmicky. He is highly focused and incredibly articulate — making it easy to follow every detail and brushstroke as you go.