Painting Yellowstone National Park
Artist Stefan Baumann journeys into Yellowstone National Park and experiences the geologic phenomena of the park’s volcanic activity. He also meets Native American Grant Bulltail, who shares the stories of his life and his people, Jennifer Shoemaker, interpretive ranger for the park, and Henry Heasler, Yellowstone geologist. Baumann concludes the show by painting Artist Point.
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If you enjoyed this excerpt and would like to learn more about painting outdoors, you might like to purchase Stefan Baumann’s instructional DVD, which expands on the painting portion you just watched.
This NEW release from Stefan Baumann and The Grand View is the first in a series of his popular PBS Television Series The Grand View, featuring Baumann painting Yellowstone Falls from Red Rock vista point in the Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone. This is the very place that Bierstadt and Thomas Moran painted, and now you can witness Baumann capturing one of the most iconic vistas in America. See from start to finish how Stefan starts his painting in washes and then creates the effect of aerial perspective, then demonstrates with a swipe of his brush how to capture the effects of falling water and mist using light and shadows.
Artists from around the world use the Baumann method to increase their understanding of painting on location and improve their studio work, and to save valuable time and energy while enjoying the process of painting.
This amazing video was captured on location using modern sound equipment and high definition cameras, and the DVD will be a cherished addition to your art video collection. Click here to learn more and purchase the DVD.