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Jeremy Taylor paints a Landscape

Jeremy Taylors motto - "Be Bold and Take Chances"!

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Wet wet wet!

To begin with Jeremy fixed the focal point of the picture - a small cross - onto the paper which was all the drawing he intended to do! After really wetting the 140lb Saunders paper he then sloshed some yellow ochre onto the page with a 1" brush. He often uses only 3 colours and never more than 6.

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Keeping it loose

Ultramarine for the sky, with darker shades of Paynes Grey. Cerulean Blue blends with the greens of the distance but brighter yellow around the focal point.

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Suggestions of detail

Using a dry brush he then lifted out paint to create a suggestion of detail i.e walls and lane.

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Finished picture

Shadows in the foreground were added using a warm Burnt Sienna drawing the eye to the ever important focal point. Foreground trees and trunks were added and branches scratched out with a point. Using a clean damp brush again the sheep were teased out of the painting. Just enough interest in this wonderful simple wet in wet landscape

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Contre - jour

Jeremy even started a second demonstration showing us how to paint a contre-jour subject - against the sunlight.

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Graded washes

Using mainly Permanent Rose and Yellow Ochre washes picked out the buildings and silhouettes of figures and chimneypots as they appear under strong direct sunlight.

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Radiating shadows

Adding shadows in the correct line from the overhead light and keeping the faces and limbs very shadowed gave this picture an extraordinary dazzling effect.