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How to Become a Better Painter

Field of Lupines9x12 oilMichael Chesley Johnson$200 unframed - available How to become a better painter? Practice—with a series of exclamation points following—is the obvious answer. But you can't just flail away at the canvas with a loaded brush and expect to improve. Here are some tips for when you're at the easel. 1. Have a goal. Pick some aspect of painting that you need work on.
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