Quick Alla Prima Studies

When I wrote the article on the Alla Prima technique, I didn’t have a camera handy to take any pictures, so I am just posting some examples of a couple of the studies I did recently.

Simple Pleasures new small

“Simple Pleasures’ Oil on canvas

Somewhere (new) small

“Somewhere” Oil on canvas

The more I work in this technique the more I like it. It’s such fun too!



4 Replies to “Quick Alla Prima Studies”

  1. Hello! I know this is sort of off-topic however I had to ask.
    Does running a well-established website like yours require a massive amount work?
    I’m completely new to blogging however I do
    write in my diary everyday. I’d like to start a blog so I can easily share my own experience and
    feelings online. Please let me know if you have any kind of ideas
    or tips for brand new aspiring blog owners. Thankyou!

  2. Hi there Mittie, Writing a blog is a lot of work yes, but it is very rewarding too! If you write a diary already it should be really easy for you though – depending on how much of your soul you want to bare publicly of course! The tough side of blogging is keeping a following, and it takes a long time to create one in the first place, but if you have interesting content, there is no reason why you shouldn’t develop one. My advice is to also post things that are useful to your readers – info that is helpful and informative for them, but every artist should have a blog, so go for it Mittie! Good luck!

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