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Warmer weather means more time outdoors painting

We had some changes within our spring calendar this year which have simplified things a bit. This bit of serendipity, plus warmer spring weather have resulted in some opportunities to paint onsite, often outdoors.


Direct painting en plein air while, while managing the elements and racing against the clock force me to grow with every painting attempt. It's not comfortable but it is very rewarding and I appreciate how the process of painting plein air is helping me evolve and grow as a painter. Here are some recent examples of my work.


The Ravine at Old Mill Park. 8“ x 10“ oil on canvas board (Available).













Falls under the bridge at McMichael Creek. 24 1/8” x 18” foil on wood panel (Available).












Roadside Painting of Lake Through Trees. Oil on custom wood panel.













Lemons in a bowl. 8” x 10” oil on canvas (Available).













Veiled Beauty - Deer Head Inn. Oil on wood panel. 14 3/4“ x 13 1/2“ (Available).














Looking out from the Brush near Blue Mountain Lake. Oil on wood panel, framed 8 1/2“ x 4 3/4“ (Available).












Broadhead Creek Banks at Pine Brook Park. 13 1/2” x 7 1/2” oil on wood panel (Available).










The Nana Tree - Young Cherry Tree Blossoms in Spring. Oil on wood panel.
















You can learn more about the my painting practice and see the process followed to create these painting on my YouTube Channel.


Thanks for checking out my work! If interested in connecting with me the best way to do so is through email at tmichaelniemanart@gmail.com.


Be well, Tom



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