Painter

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Painter (German: Maler, Spanish: Pintor, French: Peintre) is an artist or worker that paints. Painters have techniques and methods that typify an individual artist's work.

Painting is the art of applying color to a surface.

This month's painting project was so different from the way that I paint that I was a little intimidated by it. The first day I started on this painting turned out to be one of the most difficult creatively I've had. I had to stop painting and sleep on it to figure out how to proceed.
"Finally, I realized I was seeing this painting as I would using normal colors and that is why it wasn't working for me. I told myself that the colors I was using was "normal" for "this" painting and changed the way my mind's eye was looking at it. That's all it took and I was on my way to creating a powerfully expressive painting." Jane Kolbaska. [1]


Diego Rivera Making a fresco 1931.jpg

Diego Rivera, Making a fresco, (detail), 1931.

See also

Mrs. Fiske Warren and Her Daughter Rachel by John Singer Sargent.
El pintor Francisco de Goya, 1826, by Vicente López Portaña.

External links

Bodhisattva Tibetan Art
Miguel Cerejido, cuban painter, 2005.

References

  1. Painting Tip
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