Museums were built to house paintings.
Because paintings not only reflect our time, our history at the moment they were painted, they speak the soul of the artist.
Paintings are so important in people's lives that massive buildings are erected just to house them.
Maybe it's happened to you: You walk into a gallery or museum and there is something about one painting that grabs your attention, knocks you over the head with a two-by-four, and makes you want to stare at it for hours.
Or perhaps you've been in a gallery, had the same experience, and left...then spent years wishing you had bought that painting.
Great paintings have a language of their own, and they communicate feelings, emotions, that appeal to our souls.
The painters who figure out the key to speaking with emotion in their paintings, who understand the way to appeal to many people, are the painters whose works will be in collections and museums in the future.
You see, great painters understand that the keys to great paintings involve things beyond technique.
Claude Monet (1840-1926) said it best…
“For me a landscape does not exist in its own right, since its appearance changes at every moment, but the surrounding atmosphere brings it to life, the air and the light, which vary continually ... Other painters paint a bridge, a house, a boat ...
... I want to paint the air in which the bridge, the house, the boat are to be found ... the beauty of the air around them ... to me the motif itself is an insignificant factor; what I want to reproduce is what lies between the motif and me.”
Great landscape painters capture the FEEL of a scene, not just the scene by itself.
Have you ever wished you possessed abilities that go beyond mere technique, that you had the tools used by great masters to create the emotion of a scene?
We found someone very rare we want to tell you about … someone who has managed to capture that feeling in paintings, and, even more rare, has figured out how to teach it...
...a proven teacher who can build your confidence and skills as an artist, who can give you the techniques, but also teach you how to recreate a feeling.
How would that change things for you and your work?
Here’s something you may not realize:
The difference between a mediocre landscape artist and a truly great one is NOT raw talent or effort or technique alone (or even desire)...
...it’s the quality of instruction they receive that transcends technique.
This is the “game changer” for artists.
THIS is how you can learn, step by step, to take that sweeping mountain range, the vast desert canyon, or the sun-splashed oceanfront and create a breathtaking work of art.
The ability to create feeling, build emotion, and create the kind of paintings that museums are built for. Paintings that tell stories.
Here’s the bottom line:
If you’ve ever wanted to learn to paint an amazing landscape scene with feeling and real emotion, then finding the right teacher is the “secret formula” for success.
And we accidently discovered the exact right person for the job. We had not been aware of her, and then she won PleinAir Magazine’s highest award … first place in the annual PleinAir Salon.
Keep in mind that top judges from top galleries chose this painter over all the hundreds of painters who entered, including some of the best known painters in America.
Her name is Kathleen Hudson.
Kathleen is an award-winning landscape artist who has made a name for herself painting stunning plein air and studio masterpieces.
She’s a Harvard graduate, smarter than most of us combined, and her time in Boston honed her talent for landscape painting as she traveled the New England countryside.
But the rich bluegrass of her hometown in Kentucky always called to her.
So in 2013, Hudson returned to her hometown and began to participate in regional plein air festivals.
Very quickly, Kathleen’s career took off like a rocket, because her paintings were not mere demonstrations of technique ... they told stories … they revealed emotion … and she became...
...one of the most sought-after
landscape painters in America!
In Kathleen’s own words:
“The landscape has always been my chief source of artistic inspiration.
I love to capture sweeping vistas of rugged terrain, shimmering waves, and dramatic atmospherics...
My paintings represent specific places and moments in time: the brief point during a sunrise when the sun fills the air with an ethereal golden glow...
...a break in a storm where light pierces through heavy clouds...
...or the sight of glacial runoff sending waterfalls down the side of a mountain wreathed in fog.”
When we saw Kathleen’s body of work, it was tough to decide what to ask her to paint for a course teaching her technique. Then we saw her seascape paintings of the California coast, and it was clear that she had the right touch, with both technique and emotion.
And it’s this stunning piece of work Hudson uses in her all-new instructional video ... where she shares her incredible techniques.
Recording every single step, Hudson has taken all of her landscape painting knowledge and techniques and placed them in a brand new video course.
Now, for the first time ever, we are giving you the opportunity to access this exclusive training.
If you’d like more than seven hours of highly detailed and professional instruction that shows you everything you need to improve your technique, you’re going to absolutely love...