Today’s spotlight on artists painting landscapes is Bob Rohm, who offers a video workshop on painting trees in oil.
Bob Rohm has been painting most of his life and received classical art training at the York Academy of Arts in Pennsylvania. He is now a resident of Texas, and his paintings reflect the brilliance of the colors found in the clear, bright light of the Southwest.
Bob juries shows, teaches workshops, lectures, and demonstrates in oil and pastel mediums. Known for his ability to capture the poetry of light, he has received many awards and is a signature member of the Pastel Society of America, Oil Painters of America, and the Outdoor Painters Society. He is the author of the book The Painterly Approach (North Light Books) and has been featured in many publications including Southwest Art, American Artist, The Artist’s Magazine, The Pastel Journal, International Artist, and Pure Color.
Bob’s painting approach has been the subject of several instructional DVD productions, and his work is collected internationally and he is represented by a number of fine galleries, including Sorrel Sky Gallery in Santa Fe, Aspen Grove Fine Arts in Aspen, and Southwest Gallery in Dallas.
“You have solved the issues of painting when you have your lightest light, sharpest edge, good value range, darkest dark, and a good composition. Detail, texture, and color variety are subjective.” ~Bob Rohm
In “Secrets of Successful Paintings,” master artist Bob Rohm guides you, step by step, through painting a grove of aspen trees. Just wait until you see how he adds the beautiful detail that makes all the difference in how the trees relate to one another and the painting as a whole. You will be thrilled when you see his techniques for painting the sunlight just right so that it becomes pure beauty for the eyes to behold.
Listen to the PleinAir Podcast with Eric Rhoads, Featuring Bob Rohm: