Adventures of the painter Arthur Johnsen on the Big Island of Hawai'i
Wednesday, November 01, 2006
I learned a lot from the visiting Plein Air Painters of Hawai'i. It's always good to be reminded that one's own style is not the only way to do a painting. It did seem that Big Island painters use a brighter palette than the others, which could be a source of pride except that designers and collectors often prefer more subtlety. Oh well, we do what we love.... Tuko posted many more and better pictures on her blog, tukoart.blogspot.com.