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Robert Dutton, Yorkshire Artist
He’s extremely supportive. Will chat with you on Facebook and on Instagram and answer all your questions. I just need to hop a plane and go take a class with him in the wilds of Yorkshire, don’t I?!
In the meantime I will make do with Shopkeeparty and a new site he’s teaching from. You can sign up for that class here. It’s £15 and will be worth every penny!!
I also highly recommend Roberts book which is selling like hot cakes on amazon. Drawing Dramatic Landscapes for $21 and worth every penny…jam packed with how tos and what to dos. Heres a link to Robert talking about his new book on YouTube.
There are ten more videos you can purchase on ShopKeepArty with Robert along with my other fav cutie Ian Fennelly. You feel like you have run a race when you are done drawing with them both but you have learned a lot from both of them especially Robert….take a class you won’t be sorry!!!
There are at least three of Robert’s videos available on Shopkeeparty’s YouTube. Here’s one of them – the one that hooked me.
I think she wants to be a house cat. What do you think!!?
Margaret who just told Word Press tech support that on. a scale of 1-10 I give their new user interface a big fat ZERO. I would NEVER recommend WordPress to anyone…maybe I need to go back to blogger. time for bed!! XOXOXO
4 thoughts on “Robert Dutton, Yorkshire Artist”
I’m overwhelmed by your kindness and generosity creating this. It’s a joy to know that my work, style and approach to teaching inspires you so much.
The blog is so professionally put together too. I love it and the resulting painting too. You should write for a magazine…you really should!
In my book you mentioned (yes, available in the USA as it’s an international publication), I would have loved to have included some fabulous USA Landscapes. I remember my time in the USA meeting wonderful people many moons ago when I was teaching for Camp America way back then near the Appalachian Trail. Several now lifelong friends.
Take care y’all as they say! May you pastels and paint brushes always be active!
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Ah thanks. What a nice compliment. I meant every word. You know I live not far from the Appalachian trail. Never walked it though several friends have. Ones son has walked the whole thing. After watching and reading Bill Brysons A Walk in the Wood not sure I ever want an upclose encounter with a bear. Outside the cabin windows beating up the trash can was close enough for me. They have BIG claws. Really BIG claws. He knocked the huge bear trash can around like it was building blocks. NOPE no bears. 😳
You’re now among ‘the Greats’ Alexis
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Hahahaha. What does that mean?? Off to class with Mary Whyte next week on St Simons. 😳