As many of you may know, I love to paint outdoor still life paintings in the tradition of Henry Hensche. So, I was pleased to learn that one of my paintings was going to be featured in a national art magazine discussing the subject.
I learned on Facebook that the publisher was going to be doing a special section in the September 2014 issue on outdoor still life paintings, so I contacted them and emailed the editor several samples of paintings in this genre.
They chose to feature The Old Man & The Seashells in a special section entitled How to Paint Objects Under Outdoor Light. Several other artists I admire were also featured.
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