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March 30, 2021

The Wild Path:
Inspiration & Creativity

by Ray Brown. In the interest of giving the viewer some insight into where my images come from, I thought I might expound on what happens during one of my reference gathering trips. To begin with, I use tons of reference photos to create my drawings. But I use only my own photos and experiences, never pulling image sources other than my own.
November 29, 2020
Anum Cara

What are Giclée Prints?

Everything you need to know about giclée prints. At Turner Fine Art, our giclées are made with archival pigmented inks printed on the finest substrates for exceptional color and lightfast advantages. It is our goal to offer top-quality printed images that will inspire your spirit.
July 15, 2020

INTERVIEW WITH
KATHY ANDERSON

Kathy Anderson shares about her many loves. Whether it is her love of her family, her cats or weeding out by the mailbox--Kathy's passion and joy clearly resound in her painting.
July 15, 2020

INTERVIEW WITH
DANIEL KEYS

Daniel Keys describes his motivation for painting flowers as the focus of his artistic career, as well as his passion for teaching.
July 15, 2020

INTERVIEW WITH
ERIC JACOBSEN

Eric Jacobsen's classical and rigorous artistic training enable him to paint with a sense of self knowledge which reflects and echoes his truly beautiful formation as a human being.
July 13, 2020

INTERVIEW WITH
QUANG HO

Quang Ho gives us a glimpse into his own mind as he approaches his work, as well as how he approaches each day.
July 13, 2020

INTERVIEW WITH
SCOTT CONARY

Scott Conary says “I tend to think sincerity is the measure of what makes a good painting.” Read on to discover what compels Scott to paint with his whole heart.
July 8, 2020

INTERVIEW WITH
SHERRIE MCGRAW

Sherrie McGraw discusses what makes a great painting--and a great student. Read on to hear about Sherrie's own perspective on what makes painting exciting, worthwhile, and fulfilling as a vocation.
July 8, 2020

INTERVIEW WITH
STEPHANIE BIRDSALL

"To make the world more beautiful." This is why Stephanie Birdsall paints. Learn more about her motivation and Stephanie's philosophical view of her own vocation as an artist.