Thomas Van Stein · “My approach lets me paint nocturnal scenes that shimmer with life while retaining a spontaneous, painterly quality,” Thomas Van Stein wrote in an article on how to paint nocturnes [Artist’s Magazine, November 1997]. Unlike many plein-air painters who do an occasional nocturne under the full moon, nearly half of the...
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LuAnn Tafoya, red carved flat bowl , 51⁄2 x 12. By Marsha McEuen Traditional pottery LuAnn Tafoya Clay is a gift from the earth. It is the product of eons, ground by slowly shifting mountains, colored with minerals leached from rock by endless seasons of rainfall, and sifted in rushing streams. Mixed by nature...
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