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Painting Reflections. Let your paintings sing.

Let's take a moment to reflect on painting reflections. Where to find them, how to represent them and more.

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Upcoming Workshops with Mark Waller

Upcoming workshops & tutorials in your local areas, check here!

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Beachscapes - paint recipes book - color mixes that work.

Mark Beachscapes - paint recipes (hard copy) book is now available! Start painting your beautiful beachscape today!

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Yellow Birches

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

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My shell is my home

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

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My Painting of CoCo the Gorilla

Hello, My name is Debbie. I've been painting since I was very little. Acrylics are my favorite medium, although I go back to others mediums from time to

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Painting A Storm - Let's Get All Dramatic

Let's paint a storm using two dramatic scenes, changing only a few brushstrokes to alter the mood and drama.

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Geisha Muerta

This was one of two requests from a gal pal. I had never done anything with an Asian theme before. It was actually a lot of fun trying to figure out

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Geisha Sugar

This was the other request form my gal pal. She likes things a little on the edgy side. While still like the Geisha Muerta, this one is a little less

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Soaring

I picked up paint and brush after 42 years at my daughter's encouragement. I used to do oils a long time back. I bought a couple of books to understand

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Bit Surprised

After 38 years of dreaming of being a painter. Drawing and working with graphite, charcoal, hard pastels and oil pastels, mostly beginner or novice quality

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Beyond the Palms

I wanted to share this painting as its been almost two years in the making!! Yep that's right - 2 years! I could tell you that I've been busy, got distracted

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Quiet Place to Think

I used to do pottery and ceramics. When decorating the pieces I found myself painting them, not just glazing them. I decided that painting was what I

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