Artist and “small child” (as he likes to call himself), Mark Waller has been delighting us with his gorgeous paintings for decades.
He is passionate about discovering tiny miracles in the world, and teaching others how to discover these moments. In the process of this discovery, often our view of the world is altered, and we regain some of the childlike qualities which tend to elude us in our adult lives.
Mark Waller’s tutorial website explore-acrylic-painting.com is dedicated to sharing both the knowledge he has amassed and the passion for both discovering and creating images.
Mark’s work has been shown in galleries in Melbourne, the Gold Coast, the Sunshine Coast, Western Australia, the Central Coast, Canberra, Sydney, and in San Jose and New York in the United States. Mark’s work is currently shown in Lennox Head, Canberra and Cyprus. He has been involved in many solo and group exhibitions over the years, including the “Ripple Effect Project” in New York in 2003. You can view his work via his website here.
In this, the first of his 3-part “how to” Beachscapes series, Mark Waller delves into arguably his favourite subject, pandanus, and some techniques to create volume, depth and dimension here.
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For more info and to watch Mark’s original episode with Colour In Your Life click here.