Manuel Sánchez Art Gallery

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Robert Haggan Newsletter

Posted by Manuel on October 3, 2011 at 10:25 AM

 

 

 

 

OCTOBER 2011

KEEPING BUSY

1. Sydney Exhibition at the Moulton Galleries 27th October, 2011.

My friend for ages Marcia Moulton has kindly offered to show my paintings at her wonderful 3 story gallery in the beautiful north shore Sydney suburb of Mosman. It’s been ages since I had a showing, not just in Mosman but, in Sydney. The theme is ‘back in the saddle’ alluding to my absence from the Sydney art scene and my return the herd. I’ve put together a strong group of paintings featuring heritage Australiania, dusty cattle and brumby scenes along with scenes from the great pastime of hanging around the beaches fishing, netting, swimming and just passing idle time. Ph +612 9960 5519

 

Go to http://www.moultongalleries.com.au/

2. NEW DVD

Coming soon is a new instructional DVD titled ‘Painting Elephants’. This 1 hour 50 min DVD covers more than painting elephants bathing in water. Much more- elements and how to use them to create harmony and balance.

You will be able to buy this as a stand alone DVD or as part of a discounted package.

3. NEW VIDEO CLIP

Starting today on You Tube is my ‘Elements of Painting’ clips.

I’m often asked, “Bob, how did you do the pebbles, or the leaves on the tree or the seagull or the reflections etc?”.

Little parts of a painting that make up the total event. Well I’ve had a crack at doing them and I’m pleased to say it works. These are about 3 minutes long and they are a grab from a painting I am working on. So you get to watch me do one part or element in the painting then a pic of the final painting so you can see where that part fitted into the painting.

They are good to learn technique from and for the fun of just seeing how I go about painting.

I’m going to release one each week. The first is how to paint streams of light.

WATCH IT HERE

 

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Reply Manuel
10:42 AM on October 3, 2011 
Very nice tutorial, Mr haggan offers a good method for light rays