Landscape Painting: Expressive Mark Making

By Hester Berry

Lots of practice and honing of technical skills, use of tone and colour, observation and time spent in the landscape, will all add to your fluency in creating a convincing view of a landscape. But your decisions with how you make marks will give you an opportunity to push your work to the next level. The marks made can add something personal, and hint at less visual components such as weather and movement, and abstract ideas such as mood.

Landscape Painting: Hester Berry, Instow, oil on board, applied with a palette-knife, brush, cloth, removed with cloth, scratched with a palette-knife.
'Instow' by Hester Berry, oil on board, applied with a palette-knife, brush, cloth, removed with cloth, scratched with a palette-knife.

 

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