€151,95Video Length: 10 Hours
“How do you paint like that???”
There’s ONE thing you can do to get reactions like that…
Be great at painting light!
Today, you’re going to discover how to do it so well your paintings will mesmerize viewers — pulling them into the full experience of your creation.
You see, light is the soul of your painting.
It gives your work a sense of mood and depth, leading to and highlighting the critical points of interest that define your work.
In fact, it’s one of the surest ways to dramatically improve the quality of your paintings and create a more captivating experience for your viewers.
It’s also how you draw your viewers into your painting and get them to experience your story, guiding their eyes across the canvas and taking them on a journey that will stir their hearts.
With this skill, you’ll have the power to take viewers to places they’ve never been before.
Want to know how to leave a lasting impression?
This is it.
And you’ll be surprised by how easily you can do this.
Inside this best-selling video by Kathryn Stats, you’ll discover easy-to-follow techniques like:
Imagine the difference that painting dramatic light could make to your painting creations.
The best thing?
You don’t need to spend years of frustrating trial-and-error to learn how to paint the effects of light.
All you need is the right instructor!
Meet Your Instructor, Kathryn Stats!
When she first started painting, Kathryn viewed painting as a fun hobby.
That hobby quickly turned into a passion, and now she’s an award-winner with tons of followers and fans.
She started with rural landscapes, and over time she discovered the magic of Edgar Payne, Scott Christensen, and Russian masters like Vasily Polenov… and that’s when her paintings transformed.
Fast-forward to today, and Kathryn Stats’ award-winning work has been featured in more than a dozen publications, including American Art Collector, Southwest Art, and PleinAir magazine.
Galleries all over the world (even as far as Beijing!) proudly display her stunning work. A few galleries in Utah, Arizona, and Idaho are currently representing her.
Kathryn has also taught classes and workshops on and off throughout her career — earning a reputation in the art community for being an absolute delight to study with.
Not only is Kathryn quick-witted and engaging, she approaches the process of landscape painting from a very practical and accessible perspective.
In the words of the Arizona Republic, she is “direct, honest, and sensuous … a genuine painter.”
No doubt about it, these are the qualities you’re looking for in an instructor. You won’t regret having this video course in your library — we guarantee it.
What You’ll Discover Inside:
I've been painting on and off for a couple of years and consider myself at the beginner to intermediate level. Listening to sections of this repeatedly, then applying each step then listening some more has really set my painting forward in a way nothing to date has. The instruction was worth every penny, and as well, Kathryn's dry humor is totally endearing. It makes learning fun, and one feels like one knows her personally as a dear friend after all this. Thank you Kathryn!
Not often one hears the inner motivations of an artist as he/she paints. I loved Kathryn's whimsical descriptions of why she chooses a particular combination of colours. So inspiring.
As a professional workshop instructor myself, that has 3 instructional DVDs in watercolor I love learning through DVDs. I have been teaching myself oils and have several in oils including Richard Schmids collection which are amazing. I truly enjoyed Ms Stats video. She was real with her teaching and it was good being able to watch her struggle in areas and correct them and explain why she was correcting the area. I enjoyed the color mixing and her attention to detail. This is a great dvd for the intermediate learner and even beginner. I would highly recommended this dvd.
After viewing Kathryn Stats DVD: Painting the effects of light for the second time, I realized the amazing amount of information she provided while painting an amazing picture. Ms. Stats talked about drawing the subject, blocking it in. Using darks and reserving white paint for later stages. She also discussed brush strokes, values and creating distance within the landscape. Avery valuable DVD lesson.
Kathryn Stats is a very deliberate painter. She puts the brush in different places on the canvas to decide where to actually put the paint down. She explains some parts of her painting process very well, but other times she mixes paint with no comment as to what she is trying to do i.e., change temperature, color, value or what. Im not sure how much of a learning video this one is.