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Carol L. Douglas is a plein air, landscape and figure painter.She teaches..
Watch Me Paint by Carol Douglas - 1d ago
Two opportunities to learn in mid-coast Maine Meeting Up, by Ann Trainor Domingue, acrylic on canvasBaby Joshua and his mom are doing ..read more
The edge is where everything is happening. There are many ways to control it. Brad Marshall’s painting of coral in Maui (unfinished) ..read more
Watch Me Paint by Carol Douglas - 5d ago
There’s no shame in painting what people love, as long as you do it well. Two chattering housewives, 1655, Nicolaes Maes, courtesy ..read more
I'm sorry I've missed posting on this blog, but I was overtaken by events. Baby Joshua and his Nuk, by Carol L. Douglas.Last Saturday was ..read more
Watch Me Paint by Carol Douglas - 2w ago
I asked last summer’s workshop students to share what they’re working on now. Some are painting like mad; others are weighed down with ..read more
Watch Me Paint by Carol Douglas - 2w ago
Even if you have no interest in selling, you should still be showing. More work than they bargained for, by Carol L. Douglas For those ..read more
The imperfection of paint is what gives it its liveliness and depth, but it also makes mixing colors tricky. Autumn, by Carol L. Douglas ..read more
Watch Me Paint by Carol Douglas - 2w ago
If you’re fidgety, it will help you hear better. Church sketch by Carol L. Douglas“I just heard on the news that Rand Paul has been ..read more
Watch Me Paint by Carol Douglas - 3w ago
She was married (miserably) at age 17 to save her family’s fortunes. She not only survived, but went on to create a new art form. Mary ..read more
There is broad consensus on how paint is applied, even if you take your craft to places I’ve never dreamed of. The Race, by Tim Moran, ..read more

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