Saturday, April 20, 2019
About a month from now, I will go to Lowell Michigan and teach a landscape workshop. For quite a few years, I have been pondering how to make landscape (either plein air or studio) more dynamic. I have gained more experiences by participating multiple plein air painting competitions. In this workshop I want to share with you what I have learned these a couple of years. We still have a few opening. If you are interested in knowing my process of painting landscapes, please join me in Michigan. For detailed information, please check my website or Qiang Huang Workshop at Lowell, and sign up.
Wednesday, April 17, 2019
Those pink flowers are not roses, they are ranunculus. But they so much like roses. I am always looking for chances I can improve my floral paintings. This one has give me a baby step improvement.
Monday, April 15, 2019
Sometimes, it is hard to say weather I am going too much or not. The 2nd demo is here. I feel I am so borderline now. It was fun to play the abstractness on the background, but I do wonder where this spirit of playing leads me to. Even my son comments quite often that dad is still a teenager. He just wants to play.
Saturday, April 13, 2019
Left the Deep South, I have arrived at the West Coast. This is the demo 1 I did at Springfield Oregon. I want thank Gene Costanza and the Emerald Art Center for organizing my workshop, and thanks to all artists for coming. It rains a lot here, but we had fun indoors.
Wednesday, April 10, 2019
Monday, April 8, 2019
This is demo 3 I did at Lake Martin. It is also my favorite one. I have started to pay attention on color scheme design with this painting. The harmony of the color design on this painting was my intention.
Friday, April 5, 2019
Wednesday, April 3, 2019
This is my first demo on the workshop at the Tallapoosa School of Art at Lake Martin, AL. I want to thank Dorothy and George Littleton for organizing this workshop, and thank all the artists for attending. Lake Martin is a beautiful place. If you are interested to visit and paint there, please check: http://www.tallapoosaworkshops.com.