Established artist and seventh generation Vermonter, Corliss Blakely paints still lifes and Vermont landscapes in a classically realist style.
Corliss received her formal art training in Boston where she studied at the Vesper George Art School and took classes at The School of the Museum of Fine Arts. Corliss is internationally recognized for her work in several mediums, including watercolor, oil, and egg tempera. Her paintings hang in collections worldwide.
Now, she is also creating a new series in oils, "The Forgotten Seeds: Look Within."
A video showing my process of the oil painting "Harvest"
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iPad Paintings and The Forgotten Seeds
The iPad and iPhone are the new canvas for artist.
I've spent years in my studio painting oils. As an oil painter, I work in a classical tradition style of glazing layers, which takes days for a painting to dry.
With the iPhone and iPad the painting comes to life before my eyes.
It's all magical to me.You will love painting on the iPad.
I have several courses on How to paint on the iPad.