Eric Rhoads interviews contemporary impressionist Nancy Tankersley in this week’s PleinAir Podcast. Listen as they discuss the inclusion (or exclusion) of figures in a painting; effectively using a photo reference (because “you don’t work for the photo – the photo works for you), and much more.
Listen as Nancy Tankersley shares the following:
• The combined factors that helped make Plein Air Easton a great success
• What it’s like to run an artist-owned gallery, including the pros and cons and her advice for all artists working with a gallery
• What she would say to a studio artist who has never painted outdoors and how the art of plein air becomes part of one’s visual language
“Now that I’m working more conceptually in the studio – I’m working on a lot of larger landscapes and larger figurative pieces – everything I learned painting plein air comes to play in the studio.” ~Nancy Tankersley
Bonus: This week’s PleinAir Podcast includes a Marketing Minute!
You’ll learn the importance of having the right mindset when having success as a goal, understanding if you’re living life driven by cause or effect, and how that can impact everything you do (Read “Living with Cause and Effect” in this edition of Sunday Coffee)
Listen to the PleinAir Podcast with Eric Rhoads and Nancy Tankersley here:
Learn Tankersley’s “A-List” figure painting techniques with her art video workshop “Painting Figures from Photographs” (preview here):
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