This week, Louise is joined by special guest Lewis Noble. Lewis is a UK-based contemporary landscape painter with a unique style and a well-established reputation. He exhibits widely and has been teaching workshops for over 15 years. In this episode, we discuss his approach to abstracting from reality, a unique process that involves a combination of plein air painting and studio work.
Our discussion covers issues such as getting away from the horizon line, the role of collage, and how to know when a painting is done. Lewis also shares his experience of turning in-person teaching into an online learning experience and the discoveries he has made along the way.
Lewis’s website: https://www.lewisnoble.co.uk/
Lewis’s online workshop: https://www.lewisnoble.co.uk/online-workshops
Lewis on Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC2ojuGFqdy4DO8Tf7tsVBfA
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