In April of 2020, amid the global pandemic shutdown, Jeremy Mann sent the following newsletter with an image of this new, now available, painting. Morning Shut-in buddies, Here’s hoping you’re finding the best way to handle your situation, because no matter who or what you are, we’re each and all affected by this. Even million … More Jeremy Mann’s “Epiphany”
Jeremy Mann is a world renowned artist and one of our most sought-after painters. 2016 has been a big year for him; in addition to a documentary about his life and work being released this year, we are thrilled to announce that Jeremy has also had another book published! This book focuses on Jeremy’s plein air landscape painting. Here’s … More Jeremy Mann’s New Book!
Welcome back to Technique Tuesdays! First of all, on behalf of all of us at the gallery, allow me to say a HUGE thank you to everyone who attended this past weekend’s opening for Jeremy Mann’s exhibition, as well as the live painting demonstration–especially to Jeremy, for being so kind as to treat us all … More Technique Tuesdays: Jeremy Mann Cityscape Compositions
What is it? In regards to art, a study is something that is drawn, painted, or sculpted as preparation for a larger or more finished piece. It may sound pretty similar to a “sketch,” but there is a difference. Sketches allow the artist to plot out in broad strokes the general composition of a piece, … More Technique Tuesday: Studies
Happy Tuesday! Today’s post is part one of a mini-series of posts looking at the different methods artists use for reference when they’re working on a painting. Essentially, there are 5 ways an artist might paint: 1. From life (this applies to both plein air painting and indoor painting from a still-life set or a … More Technique Tuesday: Painting from Photos
Remember the Technique Tuesday post where we took a look at chiaroscuro? Today’s post is going to take a look at a very cool technique, closely related to chiaroscuro: tenebrism. What is it? Tenebrism, like chiaroscuro, is all about the use of lights and darks. Where chiaroscuro is used to create a sense of depth, … More Technique Tuesdays: Tenebrism
Principle Gallery is thrilled to announce our participation with the Arnot Art Museum in Elmira, New York as they hold their annual Realism Invitational, “Re-Presenting Representation.” A well-established fine art institution, the Arnot Art Museum celebrated their 100th anniversary last year. In addition to their other periodic exhibitions, the museum has begun to hold an … More Arnot Art Museum’s 8th Annual Invitational: Re-Presenting Representation
Jeremy Mann never ceases to surprise and excite us with his paintings. We recently received four new pieces — all extremely fresh in their blend of Jeremy’s traditional training with his own innovative painting techniques and vision. We can’t get enough of his work. Enjoy!