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1. LIBERTY
2. Saratoga Starting Gate
3. MASTER GUNTER KORUS from the PAST to the PRESENT
4. JOHN VAN ALSTINE NEW ARTIST
5. THE EVOLUTION OF A MASTER SHOW WITH GUNTER KORUS
6. FOR THE BIRDS SHOW & OPEN HOUSE
7. PRESENTING A SOLO SHOW FOR MICHAEL FRATRICH
8. TILTING AT WINDMILLS GALLERY IS TEMPORARILY CLOSED TO THE PUBLIC
9. DAILY FROM THE ARTISTS’ STUDIOS
10. FROM JANEL PAHL’S STUDIO TODAY
11. ARTIST OF THE DAY …..KEN OTSUKA
12. SUNDAY ANDREW ORR
13. TODAY HONORING DOUG SMITH
14. HONORED TODAY IS JOHN TRAYNOR
15. FRIDAY we SALUTE BRETT VARNEY
16. A PEEK INSIDE TILTING
17. TODAY SUSAN VALENTINE
18. GERALD LUBECK HONORS TILTING’S POST TODAY
19. SUSAN BUDASH SHARES WHAT IS ON HER EASEL TODAY
20. KURT MEYER EBERHARDT 1895 -1977
21. AMY LAY IS FEATURED ARTIST TODAY!!!
22. SUSAN READ CRONIN ARTIST HONORED TODAY
23. NANCY HOWE IS EASTER DAY FEATURED ARTIST
24. ANDREW ORR RECEIVES AWARD IN PLEIN AIR SALON COMPETITION
25. ART
26. JOHN VAN ALSTINE
27. JANEL PAHL AND HER BIRDS!
28. PAUL BATCH IS BLOG ARTIST TODAY!!!!
29. WE HAVE REOPENED with the following guidelines.
30. GUNTER KORUS
31. FLORAL ESSENCE
32. X SONG JIANG
33. BIRTH OF A NATION
34. MEET CHUCKY
35. A. HALE JOHNSON SOLO SHOW
36. SPRING FLING
37. GUNTER KORUS 1926-2021 SHOW
38. HAPPY 50TH TILTING AT WINDMILLS GALLERY 1971 -2021
39. MICHAEL FRATRICH SHOW

Today’s post is treasured landscape artist Andrew Orr sharing the beginning of a painting in Northern Vermont where he lives!! I hope to sell the finished product when it is dry and framed!!!

Andrew shares the following:

In the studio, the past several days, I have been working out some ideas for a new painting of Jay Peak not far from where I live. The snow is starting to fade, though certainly much snow still exists in the higher areas. I am combining two images, along with some sketches which I think will make a better painting. I have also been exploring some color ideas to come up with what I think will be a pleasing palette. I selected Orange, Green Cyan or Blue Green and Violet as my base tones. Once I figure out how those colors will mix, I can add black and white to lighten values, or darken values. The addition of black will also calm the colors down somewhat. My aim is to create a painting where the viewer feels as though they are standing in the colder shadows of a hillside looking out onto the brightly and warmly, lit Jay Peak. I am aiming for a later in the day feeling. The small sketch is a 4 x 5 which I will scale up into a 16 x 20 painting. Not sure I am there yet, but at least the ideas are rolling around.

Hopefully I will have access to the progress of Jay Peak and send to you via the website!

Be well and be responsible. Thank you.

Terry

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Manchester, Vt. 05255
802-362-3022
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