One of my goals for 2010 is to learn more about landscape art. This is now a project for me - and it's one which can be collaborative too.
- art history: the development of landscape art - across time and in different countries and cultures;
- art movements: different approaches to developing landscape art - in the studio and plein air; from observation and imagination
- art instruction: different approaches to teaching and learning about landscape art
- artists: learning more about famous landscape artists (past and present); and
- drawing and painting: insights into developing your own landscape art; tips and rechniques
It has a blog and a ning site.
- The Art of the Landscape (this blog) - http://art-landscape.blogspot.com/
- The Art of the Landscape (ning community) - http://landscape-art.ning.com/
Where can I find more information?
I'm also in the process of developing three 'resources for artists' sites. These will include links to the websites about artists past and present and the blogs of contemporary landscape artists.
- (A history of ) Landscape Paintings
- How to paint a landscape
- The Best Books about Landscape Painting
I'm also developing 'resources for art lovers' information sites about famous landscape artists.
Who can join?
If you just want to browse and read about landscape art then you'll find regular posts on this blog and/or links to other relevant sites.
If you want to become more involved, the ning community will have forum discussion (but is still being set up).
- Members of the ning community are expected to be active rather than passive participants - as experienced artists, students of landscape art and/or people who teach landscape art.
- Initially members are being invited until a nucleus of active members are established. Membership is also moderated and will be strictly limited to those genuinely interested in landscape art. Scammers/spammers need not apply and will not be tolerated.
If you'd like to collaborate with the project please also leave a comment on this post.
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