18 July 2012
Troy Weidenheimer, the Fluvanna Art Association’s workshop guru, was back with part three of his landscape series, this one on how to paint quiet waters. As most of the members discovered this was not an easy task and requires years of practice and skill to make it look effortless. Weidenheimer warned the group it would not be easy and they were prepared.
Though many amateur artists choose more often to paint landscapes, they do so because they believe it will be easier than painting people or even a still life. Weidenheimer zeroed in on the complexities of landscape painting and its consequential pitfalls.