We have left our home base in Idaho. No turning back now! I'm very excited and a little nervous. I am traveling and painting a scene in all 50 U.S. States. I would love to share this adventure with you! I hope you subscribe to my channel to enjoy art and be creative. Our next stop is Montana. While in Montana we have crawled through amazing caverns, stepped where Lewis & Clarke walked, and saw the amazing Bad Lands where dinosaur bones are found. What a great state! While in Montana we stayed in many beautiful places. One of those places was Glendive in Eastern Montana. Glendive is the gateway to Makoshika State Park and the Montana Bad Lands. I wondered why it was called the "bad lands" as I found myself in awe at the beauty of this unique landscape. This painting I captured the sun setting over the the small valley that leads out of the bad lands. as you head into the small town of Glendive. If you ever visit Montana I recommend making a special effort to see the Lewis & Clarke Caverns and Makoshika State Park.
Today we are traveling to Montana to capture the beautiful landscape of the Bad Lands. Learn how to execute and paint a landscape using acrylics in this painting tutorial. In this art tutorial you will learn the process I use to capture a landscape scene in plein air. The steps I take are a little different than if I was in the studio. Use this, step by step, tutorial to help you create your very own landscape scenes.
I lived in Alaska for seven years and I loved the native art. If your looking for an art lesson that teaches about America's native art and culture than you'll love this simple art lesson. This art lesson teaches kids about Alaska native art. I made you a video to guide your kids /students on how to draw a fish and than I encourage kids to be creative as they design their fish inspired by Alaskan native art.
Have you ever wanted to draw one of those cute little owls? My daughter Katy begged me to teach you how in this video tutorial for kids. Keep in mind that you should be creative and add your own personal touch, just like Katy did. Thanks Katy for making this video for us to enjoy. This lesson is from my Woodland Art Activity Book that teaches kids how to combine shapes. You can download the activity book below and get 17 more art projects that teach kids to go outside, create, and enjoy art while they learn about it.