Pdf | - | John Hagan | Eng | 279 Pages | - | Isbn No? | 12.96 Mb
An apprentice painter might learn how to hold a brush, mix colors or how to use a palette knife, but it matters nothing if the same person does not learn how to 'look' at things, and to look with the eye of someone who wants to explain the world in terms of paint. After many years of learning to 'look' we come to understand the nature of things and how they relate to each other.
This first lesson is an entertaining introduction to give you some idea of what I mean by 'looking'. Don't be too worried if the world I now introduce seems alien at first, because as you progress with the lessonsyou will begin to understand that the real joy of painting is not so much occupying your hands, astruly understanding the laws, the lights and shades, and the memories of all the things around you.