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Happy Painting everyone - now let's get into it!
I have finally found my happy creative place. Painting is truly my passion. I love baking, cooking and floral design also but painting truly speaks
Upcoming workshops & tutorials in your local areas, check here!
Mark Waller's workshops past - discover what was learned about, talked about, laughed about and consumed with gusto!
My mother gave me my first easel and set of acrylics 35 years ago. I took two art classes in high school and college. I’ve recently picked up painting
Like the title says... getting back to it. Life gets in the way sometimes and it's nice to get the time to paint. Here is a painting of a stretch in Hawaii
Dick Millott is the Struggling Artist. We’re delighted but also slightly horrified to join Dickie as he takes us on a journey into the future.
Have done very few landscape projects but thought I'd give it a try. Worked form a picture in a book. Living in the desert, I don't see too many beaches
I was asked by a friend to paint an alley way in his hometown. I searched and found a photo of a winter scene . Coincidently, he recognized it as the alley
My sister has a beach house in Jeffrey's Bay, South Africa (right by the Supertubes, for the surfers). I took a photo of a little arrangement she had
Let's take a moment to reflect on painting reflections. Where to find them, how to represent them and more.
Mark Beachscapes - paint recipes (hard copy) book is now available! Start painting your beautiful beachscape today!
Trees make me happy. I painted these birches almost a year ago, and a good friend asked if she could have it. Of course, I gave it away, thrilled that
I love ocean and marine life. I wanted to paint a Green turtle as I find them very beautiful and amazing. This is also my first painting of an endangered