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Lisa Larrabee
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Fine Artist & Art Instructor
Fine Artist & Art Instructor

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6/14/18
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Emerging -Painting Stages
EMERGING (detail) Oil & Wax on Panel 24" x 36" artist Lisa Larrabee My Figurative Landscape paintings are intended to visually convey that people and nature are inextricably connected.  Although we often lose ourselves in our fast-paced lives, my hope is th...
Emerging -Painting Stages
Emerging -Painting Stages
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Baby Aubrey -Portrait in Oil
Aubrey Oil  6"x6" artist Lisa Larrabee My first baby portraits were of my twin boys ( New Day ).  The painting was small because I wanted to portray them life-size.  I have since painted other tiny baby portraits and they give me such pleasure to try and ca...
Baby Aubrey -Portrait in Oil
Baby Aubrey -Portrait in Oil
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Changing Perspective
Bull Skull study I Bull Skull study II I frequently take the opportunity to draw alongside my students.  It helps me practice my drawing skills as well as provide an "extended demo" that students can refer to as their drawings progress.  I first allow stude...
Changing Perspective
Changing Perspective
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When It All Comes Together
When It All Comes Together
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When It All Comes Together
to Love 9" x 12" Oil & Cold Wax on Panel artist Lisa Larrabee Over the years I have picked up a variety of techniques that I felt would help me visually manifest the ideas within my Figurative Landscape paintings.  This summer I created paintings where mult...
When It All Comes Together
When It All Comes Together
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Drawing General to Specific: Pencil vs Charcoal
These are stages of a still life drawing that I did in graphite (pencil).  To begin, I lightly toned the entire drawing surface (white paper) with graphite.  Once basic shape relationships were in place I erased out the light shapes.  I built values using s...
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Draw What You See General to Specific
Draw What You See General to Specific
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Draw What You See General to Specific
It is easy to say that you should draw what you see when your goal is to draw with accuracy.  However, it takes practice to truly observe the shapes, values and relationships as they are and not how we perceive them to be. During classes, I like to set up m...
Draw What You See General to Specific
Draw What You See General to Specific
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