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  • Brad Teare: On April 7, 2015 at 9 EDT I will demonstrate how I paint on a highly textured canvas in acrylic paint. Your questions will be answered live. It will be a lot of fun. I hope you will join me.
  • jamesgurney: Great, Brad. Looking forward to it.
  • padmaja: Look forward to this event Brad.
  • Brad Teare: Thanks James and Padmaja. I look forward to your questions.
  • Brad Teare: This is a test for tomorrows event at 9 EST.
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  • Brad Teare

    This show was on Feb 5th, 2014 | 17 people watched
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    • Feb 6
      Brad Teare is a unique fine artist and for him to share his technique is a rare opportunity for artists like myself to learn from him. There aren't enough stars to rate the experience.
    • Feb 6
      Great show! online coverage also very good here in Portugal...Looking forward to the next opportunity to watch Brad at work!
    • Feb 6
      Content of the webcast was good. Technical difficulties made it difficult for both presenter and participants. I really didn't like all of the pop-ups and ads that immediately came up and took over my computer. Very frustrating.
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Landscape painter Brad Teare will demonstrate how to load your brush with thick, vibrant paint. This is part two of a series in which he will complete the painting started in the last session. This final segment will be approximately one hour long.

After a career illustrating for the New York Times and for books by authors such as James Mitchener and Anne Tyler Brad Teare began... more

Landscape painter Brad Teare will demonstrate how to load your brush with thick, vibrant paint. This is part two of a series in which he will complete the painting started in the last session. This final segment will be approximately one hour long.

After a career illustrating for the New York Times and for books by authors such as James Mitchener and Anne Tyler Brad Teare began studying the landscape. His first efforts were in woodcut (the same media as his illustrations) and then in oils on canvas. His blog Thick Paint has enjoyed over one million visits from all parts of the globe. Teare brings as much creativity to his teaching methods as he does to his highly individual painting style. Please join us as Teare demonstrates his technique while viewers pose questions.

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