Fall Leaves Yellow Landscape Oil Painting by Bryan Mark Taylor

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 Taylor

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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.

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