Every so often in your career, you paint something 3 years beyond your ability. Those are the moments we live for as artists.
Would you like to know how to make those moments happen more often?
Would you like to strengthen the bridge between what your eyes see and what your hand paints?
The secret is in your understanding of value and color. Get them wrong and your painting will never look quite "right" to the collectors and the judges.
But if you master these languages, you will hold the keys to crafting art that accurately expresses the depths of nature.
Most importantly, you will love your work, because it will be a true expression of what you felt in the moment you selected the scene.
In this E-book I will teach you:
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“"Several years ago Tim and I sat on a bench in Lost Valley looking at a big rock on the other side of a stream. Tim said that rock color is affected by the environment around it. It is affected by where the sun is located, the color of the leaves on the trees, things on the ground and the sky. As the sun set that day, I saw for the first time the influence of the surroundings on that rock. The rock was no longer a brown rock but a changing colored shape influenced by its surroundings. A rock is not just a brown rock thanks to Tim. God’s creation is something to be appreciated but we need to slow down and observe for that to be. When we do that, we can have more awesome, peaceful and thankful times. Tim is a blessing to many."
Willis Milsser, Published Author and Artist
“"Over the past 40 years or so as an illustrator and graphic designer and now, as a painter, I’ve had the pleasure of knowing and working with some very talented individuals. Now and then, I would meet artists who actually began their careers in other professions develop into award-winning artists because their desire to create became so strong. Tim Breaux is one of those unique individuals who fits into this category. On a personal note, Tim is one of those guys who is fun to be around and to be admired. Great sense of humor, encouraging to others, and family- centered.”
Gil Adams, Graphic Artist and Painter,
He has been featured in multiple art publications including International Artist Magazine, and has won numerous international awards, including Best in Show at the 2018 NOAPS Best of America showcase, but Tim Breaux didn’t start life as an artist. He practiced pharmacy for 15 years before ever picking up a brush. He discovered his love for painting while redesigning his daughter’s room in 2005, and quickly took to the craft. Since then, Breaux has mastered the arts of light and value, and continues to push himself and others in craft of plein air painting.
Tim's no-hype approach to life and painting will allow you to find insight without intimidation, and joy without judgement in your artistic journey.