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Published on Oct 26, 2013
This is the first in a series of episodes chronicling an original Andrew Denman artwork from concept to completion. This first chapter focuses on the process of creating a pre-study that will serve as a road map for the rest of the painting process. This first chapter and the fifth are available as free previews. The DVD, Acrylic Painting with Andrew Denman, which includes 8 parts plus extras, will be available for sale in late 2014. Andrew Denman narrates. Original score by Airik Rain.
Andrew Denman is a California --based, internationally recognized, award-winning contemporary wildlife artist and art instructor. Denman primarily paints wildlife and animal subjects in a unique, hallmark style combining hyper-realism with stylization and abstraction. His dynamic and original acrylic paintings can be found in museum collections on two continents and in numerous private collections in the USA and abroad. His clear voice, unique vision, and commitment to constant artistic experimentation have positioned him on the forefront of an artistic vanguard of the best contemporary wildlife and animal painters working today.
Visit AndrewDenman.com for more information today or find the artist on Facebook: www.facebook.com/Denman.Studios or Linked In: www.linkedin.com/in/AndrewDenman, and check back for more Andrew Denman Art Instructional webisodes soon...