| There are 10 results with reference to technique .|
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1. Ansel Adams
simple answer? no. overrated. Fantastic technique, some beautiful images, but above that, nothing. Missing that extra spark, that elusive something.
2. Tristan Reid
Fine art Portrait and Figure paintings, in oils and soft pastels. He approach painting from a traditional point of view, in terms of subject, materials and technique.
3. Timothy Herron
Timothy Herron focuses on landscape and portrait drawings and paintings taken from live sittings with creative additions. Old Masters style mixed with an impressionistic use of color and technique.
4. B&W Landscape Photography
hmmm, market forces as in companies and clients I think are relatively irrelevant. There is virtually no market full stop for anything, be it landscape, documentary etc. but is there no market because ...
5. Bart Waumans
The approach towards photography is highly subjective. With several media he captures the world in which he lives, not focussing on technique but on contents, on the feeling which originates in the si ...
6. Susanne Hälke
From funny illustrations in her childrens's books to her phantastic landscapes with idealized trees, plants, rivers and lakes, Susanne Hälke's sophisticated mixed technique(artist&am ...
7. Mark Bradford vs Elliott Hundley - collages
Examine Mark Bradford?s work, a collage artist from LA. The artist incorporates elements from his daily life into his pieces; remnants of found posters and billboards, logos, etc. Bradford is a sel ...
8. Denis Peterson
Denis Peterson is a first generation NYC New Realist painter who is currently a leading figure in the burgeoning Hyperrealism movement. “By making something beautiful and hyperreal in appearance, I th ...
9. The Naked Truth on Shooting Nudes
The Naked Truth on Shooting Nudes
Deserted Spring by Nguyen Thai Phien (Vietnam)
There are major obstacles to overcome to get int ...
10. Alejandro Cabeza
A painting career mainly supported the use of a technique Impressionist art, and perhaps because of this fact that the tables revolve around the landscape, the composition of figures and portraits, wh ...