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Miniature realism landscape painting by Erik Koeppel

Painting of the Week: A #MiniLandscape by Erik Koeppel

Erik Koeppel (b.1980) is a traditional landscape painter who has become a leader in the revival of the techniques and philosophy of the Hudson River School. Koeppel studied extensively in museums, and in nature...
Realism portrait of a child

A Portraitist with a Soft Spot for Landscapes

If, for Lisa Egeli, portraiture is "an art form that gets right to people's hearts," equally fundamental is the consideration of naturalistic landscape art. (Learn from Egeli at Realism Live, November 10-12, with a Beginner's Day on November 9.)
Inspiration from numerous old plein air studies from a trip to Alberta, Canada, 30 x 40 inches

How I’m Inspired by the Landscape

Alex Dzigurski II shares four of his recent landscape paintings and the inspiration behind them.
Matthew Cornell, "The Visitor," 8.5 x 11 inches, Oil on canvas

Painting Home: Realism Landscapes by Matthew Cornell

"I needed to paint my life and my search with the hope that this would reveal a deeper meaning to me."
Lisa Egeli, "Silk and Wool," Oil, 20 x 40 in.

Immersed in Nature: Painting Realism Landscapes

We're thrilled to welcome Lisa Egeli to the Realism Live faculty. Enjoy a lightening round Q&A with the artist here!
Tamalin Baumgarten, "Meeting House Entry," oil on panel, 6 x 8 inches, 2023

Painting of the Week: Meeting House Entry

Our Painting of the Week is by Tamalin Baumgarten, whose work is on view at ...
hyperrealist paintings - Jorge Carral, "Manglar Tampamachoco (Tampamachoco Mangrove)," 2013, oil on canvas, 35 x 59 in., private collection, Coronado, California

A Second Act: Jorge Carral’s Journey to Art

A feature article on the hyperrealist paintings of Jorge Carral, whose path was influenced first by his banker father, and later by his own drive to art.
Corey Pitkin has also been featured here at RealismToday.com, with his article “Set the Mood with Bold Color and Intentional Edges”

3 Days of Pastel Realism and More

Enjoy a recap of the realism segments of the 3rd Annual Pastel Live, an unforgettable event for artists of all levels of painting with pastels.
Nocturne painting of a city from above

Nocturne Painting of the Week: Always You

In his nocturnal series, Hankey used a rich, dark palette, but "Always You" incorporates pastel hues, a shift that makes sense when ...
Contemporary realism painting of birds - narrative art

The Necessity of Story

The intangible thing that separates the greats from the “pretty goods” is rooted in a deep pool of ethos that is mixed into every puddle of color and directs every movement of the brush.

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