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MATERA

MATERA For those adventurous artists who have squeezed the last drop from your yellow ochre and burnt sienna while painting Tuscan sunrises and sunsets, head south. I’m not talking Rome or Naples or Salerno, I mean the Deep South that … Continue reading

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GUARDIANS

GUARDIANS This painting is a first draft book cover for “Midnight And The Magical Prairie Schooner”  written by my dear friend Denis Gessing.  Information on purchasing this exciting and engaging novel can be found at:  http://www.olteller.com The original painting is … Continue reading

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PAINTING IN TUSCANY – SIENA

PAINTING IN TUSCANY – SIENA   The walled city of Siena lies on three sienna-colored hills in the center of Tuscany.  Planted solidly back in the Middle Ages, this show place of Italian Gothic preserves its original character perhaps more … Continue reading

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San Gimignano

PAINTING IN ITALY / SAN GIMIGNANO   San Gimignano is a feast for artists who seek diversity.  The views from this Tuscan hill town are breathtaking, especially the explosive red sunsets.  In town, the Piazza della Cisterna and it’s connecting … Continue reading

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Il Trullo – Alberobello

PAINTING IN ALBEROBELLO   Artists who relish painting the diverse Italian architecture and want to step into the pages of a children’s fairytale, should venture to Alberobello in the Deep South near Bari on the Adriatic side, (heel) of the … Continue reading

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Hawaiian Pua

   While living in Hawaii for ten years, it somehow didn’t seem right to not paint a flower now and then.  Although the ability to identify most flowers by their proper name eludes me, and my lack of floristic  knowledge … Continue reading

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Painting in Italy / Rome

My frequent trips throughout Italy persistently spark my urge to paint.  Although it’s impossible to resist an occasional Tuscan sun-drenched landscape or turquoise Mediterranean seascape, I’m primarily lured to paint Italy’s diverse architecture. Rome is a prime example of this … Continue reading

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Matera

For those adventurous artists who have squeezed the last drop from your yellow ochre and burnt sienna while painting Tuscan sunrises and sunsets, head south.  I’m not talking Rome or Naples or Salerno, I mean the Deep South that Carlo … Continue reading

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