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Mark Waller's workshops past - discover what was learned about, talked about, laughed about and consumed with gusto!
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How can we deal with these crazy times? Here's some tips for self isolation to help you stay creative and grounded during the pandemic.
Mark Beachscapes - paint recipes (hard copy) book is now available! Start painting your beautiful beachscape today!
I had turned 82 in January of 2017. In August, my wife told me that the hospital where she volunteered was offering a new service. That new service was
Hello There, this is one of my recent paintings compliments of beautiful Atelier paints and weeks high on emotion. I've completely surprised myself lately
My brother recently built a new home at the foot of Whistler Mountain in British Columbia, Canada. As a house warming gift, I painted the attached scene.
Since we didn't have the chance to go on vacation for quite a while, chained to the daily exhausting routine, I was constantly drawn to images of tropical
We went to Darjeeling in the month of May. Wrong month. Very rainy and misty. I called the mountains the misty mountains. The trip to Tiger Hill, getting
I used to see lots of barns on our family weekend outings in the countryside of the Midwest U.S. Many of them had ads for “Chew Mail Pouch Tobacco”. That
This old guy was commissioned by a good friend as a gift for her daughter who lives in Australia! We are in Iowa, so it’s exciting me that she is coming
This is a recent painting I finished, and at the time working on it I can honestly say was the most enjoyable seascape I've done, until the next lol.
This seascape oil painting for me is a special piece. I was experimenting with colours as I frequently do. When doing sunsets I normally stick with pinks