This was painted roughly in the late 90’s in Prospect Park in Brooklyn, New York. I recently retouched the painting to enhance the value and colors to bring it up to date with my current knowledge and skill of landscape painting. I’m making this painting available for sale on ebay, here is the link.
Happy to announce that my painting has been accepted into NOAPS 1st Best of America SMALL PAINTING National Exhibition. NOAPS Best of America SMALL PAINTING exhibition will be hosted by Richland Fine Art Gallery in Nashville, Tennessee from April 30th – May 26, 2018. OPENING RECEPTION and AWARDS May 4th, 2018 https://www.noaps.org/copy-of-best-of-america-prospectus
I’m happy to report that I made a sale recently to a very nice man who bought it to give as a present to his daughter for her wedding. It turns out he searched for “Pine Trees” + “Central Park” on Google and came across my painting on my website https://walterlynnmosley.com/project/landscape-oil/evergreens_central_park_feb_17/ because that is where […]
I painted this small landscape painting en plein air this past winter showing the carousel in Central Park. My viewpoint is from across one of the roads which transverses the park (65th and 66th Streets), but because of the ingenious design of the park, the park visitor has no awareness of because of the way […]
Just received this book on Charcoal Portrait Drawing by Mau-Kun Yim that I had ordered and would like to report that I’m very pleased with it and highly recommend it. Below is link to youtube video of the artist demonstrating. Lessons in Masterful Portrait Drawing: A Classical Approach to Drawing the Head
Happy to say I will be in upcoming exhibit, FRANK MASON IN VERMONT: Artist and Teacher Exhibition, at the Bryan Memorial Gallery in Jeffersonville, Vermont. http://www.bryangallery.org/ Dates and Times Dates of the exhibition: Thursday, June 29 – Monday, September 4. The gallery is open daily during the exhibit, 11 – 5 and by appointment, earlier […]
Glad to say that my painting Girl wSuitcase won Award in National Oil & Acrylic Painters Society Spring 2017 exhibit
Source: Artists Materials – Gilbert Stuart’s Palette – Natural Pigments