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World-Class Painter Shows You How to Paint An Everyday Cityscape
Cities fascinate us.
We love the energy, the colors, the sounds, and the people.
Most of the world lives in the city … and cities are some of the places most visited by tourists.
And while many of today’s plein air painters enjoy painting rural landscapes, some of the best known painters of all time painted cityscapes. Today, a growing number of plein air painters are returning to these roots and capturing the vibe of the cities they visit.
These painters capture those little moments that reveal the emotion, the energy, and the people that make cities an important part of the lives of so many.
Paintings of cities have been around since the beginning of cities.
Edouard Cortes, Eugene Boudin, and Claude Monet painted the lights of Paris and London.
Canaletto painted Venice.
Childe Hassam painted the skyscrapers of New York.
Now a crazy man from Southern California has become a renowned city painter…
Scott W. Prior is known not just for documenting the city in paint … but for capturing the feel and energy of the place he is painting.
While many artists around him focused on painting landscapes, Scott found interesting stories that needed to be told by capturing the city in paint
… a classic, yet radical idea at the time. Scott likes to buck the system, and he does what works for him artistically. Maybe you're the same.
Vibrant Cityscapes With Scott W. Prior
We conducted an interview with Scott.
It was, quite simply, fascinating.
What he focused on in high school instead of art…
Why he didn’t pursue a role at Disney (or another animation company) in favor of staying in school…
And why he’s a “rebel” — something that comes across in his painting (this is very much a good thing, by the way!)
Why he’s so passionate about helping others.
Now, we’ve conducted a lot of these interviews with artists…
But it’s safe to say this was one of the most interesting yet.
And now for the great news:
You get a recording of this interview alongside this special art instruction video — it comes as part of the package.
Of course, you’re probably wondering what’s included in the art instruction video itself.
So here’s a sneak peek:
Plus a whole lot more