Gallery Series: Fall's Golden Crown
Everyone knows that fall is bursting with yellows and oranges, but when does a single color become too much for a composition? Practice adding color variety to your piece while maintaining accuracy to the natural warmth and glow of the season. Additionally, Bryan offers his advice on converting a plein air piece to a larger gallery work, as Bryan is doing here, without losing the personality of the original. ( 2.5+ hours)
Bryan Mark TaylorInstructor
Meet your instructor
Bryan Mark Taylor
A painter, lecturer, entrepreneur, and world traveler Bryan Mark Taylor is a renaissance man. He makes regular contributions to art and design magazines including Plein Air and Imagine FX.
Bryan is a sought-after teacher and lecturer and has taught courses worldwide, including at the Academy of Art University, Pixar, and the Scottsdale Artists School. In addition, Bryan has been a featured speaker at the Plein Air, CTNX, Fantastic Arts, Dragonsteel, and VisionX conferences.
Bryan has traveled around the globe, carefully observing and capturing nature’s miracles.
Brigham Young University BA 2001
Academy of Art University MFA 2005
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