Because nature is so expansive and complex, so varied in its range of light, landscape painters often have to look further and more deeply to find form and structure, value patterns, and an organized arrangement of shapes. In Landscape Painting, Mitchell Albala shares his concepts and practices for translating nature’s grandeur, complexity, and color dynamics into convincing representations of space and light.
“The book has a lot to say to anyone trying to move away from strict representation and toward looser, more open painting. It includes a great chapter on abstracting nature which has been particularly useful to me. And Albala’s several sections on color are also insightful, clearly presented and valuable” — reviewed by Blue, Wa.Buy Here