Paint With Vigor – Painting With Passion
This video is about Paint With Vigor – Loosing Timidly – Painting With Passion See Plein Air artist Stefan Baumann host of The Grand View “Americas National Parks Through the Eyes of an Artist” Talks about how many students approach a canvas timidly, with fear, Trembling , terrified of making a mistake. This is the greatest mistake of the all. It is almost impossible to make an irretrievable mistake in oil painting, Be adventurous, Leap in and let vital things happen. The rapid application of the paint has vital and stumulating qualities that are apt to be lost in over-painting. Be outrageous, be bold but don’t be fearful. Plein air and alla prima artist Stefan Baumann, host of the PBS painting series “The Grand View: America’s National Parks through the Eyes of an Artist” and author of “The Grand View: Observations Of Art and Nature,” travels in his vintage travel trailer painting America’s western landscape. Baumann paints outdoors with oils and canvas capturing stunning vistas, wildlife, western landscapes, National Parks and still life, thrilling art collectors throughout the world. He has many international collectors acquiring his paintings as investments. His painting style is called Romantic Realism with Luminism and he the extraordinary way he captures the effect of light is a truly an American Style used to paint the Western Landscape. He can be seen painting in Yellowstone, Yosemite and in the Grand Canyon. Baumann’s “how to paint” DVDs filmed on location in the National Parks are the very best on the market.