Painting a pretty sunrise involves more than slapping bright colors across a canvas with joyful abandon. Capturing a sunrise on a flat surface is more intellectual exercise than one might think an artist would bother with.
How do I paint cactus thorns? One blessed thorn at a time. (Ouch! oops...That one got me.) How do strokes of color on canvas become a painting? One dab of color at a time. How do I know exactly what color to use? I don't. Here's a glimpse into the process of using dabs of paint to convey emotion in my oil landscape, Where the Mountains Touch the Sky.
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We want Lindy Cook Severns art to last for generations. All prints, whether open editions or uniquely embellished remarques are done on with archival (acid-free, non-reactive) ink and papers and matted in acid-free matboard. Original art, from the smallest drawings and watercolors to the largest oils and pastel paintings are done on archival surfaces. Lindy uses the highest grade pigments in each medium. Light-fastness of pigments is further protected by covering all but all paintings in artist grade UV protective glazing, whether glass or acrylic. Conservation framing on original art means no reactive materials come in contact with the artwork, so all tape and backing boards are acid free and create a barrier for the artwork.