Tag: Landscape

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Gaia Fine Art Insights – Jamaican Sunset – Oil on Board

Tutorial – Jamaican Sunset For today’s Gaia Fine Art Insights #1 we will be reviewing the creation of the “Jamaican Sunset” oil painting in an impressionist style. (Click to purchase the Original Work). There is something so magical about the way our skies dance and play with light and color. Nature manages to create such Read More

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You Don’t Study Art, You Slowly Become It

I see artists asking all the time,  what to study, how much to study, when to study and so on. First of all, we all start there and stay there for a certain amount of time. But what we all eventually realize, in one way or another, is that we start to see, practice, do Read More

A few more for the Vault

Ahh yes progress is nice, but it is so sad to see some old friends go. All the hours spent were not wasted though. Art is a fluid process much like a river and through time the pieces of our past go downstream paving the way for the stream to build and grow. May all Read More

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Saving Mim the revamp

As an illustrator we are presented with a wide range of opportunities to work with others in a wide variety of direction and purpose. Usually I am creating a piece for someone who has not had work done or needs new material to fill their visual profile. But with Saving Mim I was asked to Read More

Andrew Gaia Valley of flowers

Old Friends

As creative individuals we all know the bond that seems to form between ourselves and our work. It can often lead to some stressful times when it comes to weeding out the old works of the past that don’t quite make it up to our current standards. But like any serious development we must often Read More