The Master's Mind
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Travel Into the Minds of Great Artists and Discover How They Rose to a Level of Unsurpassed Mastery And How You, for the First Time Ever, Can Put Their Level of Genius Into Your Own Artwork
Now You Can Speed Your Progress as a Painter More Than Ever Before by Using a Newly Discovered Art Learning Technique That Will Save You Thousands of Hours of Frustration.
Do you know how and why master painters become masters? For hundreds of years it's been believed to be all about investing tens of thousands of hours in practice.
But a new, historic breakthrough discovery immediately shuts down the idea that you need thousands of hours to become a master.
In fact, the new discovery is embarrassingly simple, and will probably irritate those who spent thousands of hours learning only to find out there is a better and faster way to achieve master status as an artist.
If you think this sounds too good to be true, we thought so too. That is, until we saw it in action from artist Bryan Mark Taylor, who has devoted the last few years of his life learning about well learning about learning.
When we saw it, we realized it would revolutionise how artists learn and could change the art world forever.
Imagine how the art world would change if you and others did not have to devote a lifetime to achieving master status.
We know you will stop at nothing in your quest to become a better painter. We have all invested an incredible amount of time, money, and energy attending classes and workshops, gone on shopping sprees to buy better paint brushes, easels, and canvases (and more!) — and many of us have even flown thousands of miles to learn from a master artist one-on-one.
Now please don't misunderstand, there is NOTHING wrong with any of these things — it's all part of the experience of achieving a higher level of success with painting, something we all want and take very seriously.
But there is something missing in that mix of painting supplies, learning, practicing, and everything else you do to reach your goals as an artist, whether as a hobbyist or a professional.
What is that piece you're missing? Once you find out, you will be shocked that you didn't know this before, because it will seem so obvious. But please don't beat yourself up — it's not your fault! It's something art schools don't teach, instructors don't know, and even some highly successful artists didn't know to do this in their own struggle to get to the top.
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Learn the step-by-step techniques Bryan Mark Taylor uses to create plein air cityscapes.
One of America's most award-winning artists Bryan Mark Taylor has released his first video. Known for his landscapes and cityscapes, Taylor a renowned art instructor at the Art Institute in San Francisco, paints in a unique style. His plein air paintings are crisp, clean, have rich clean colors and stunning compositions. Taylor is an excellent teacher and this video about painting on the streets of San Francisco will teach you how to capture the essence of a landscape as well as architecture.
Bryan explains his start to finish process in extensive detail. You' can observe every brush stroke, his planning and composition process, how he lays in big shapes and makes them look so anchored, the effects of shadow and light, and the tips and tricks to painting on location. A must for any plein air painter.