Contemporary landscape artists

Explore the works of contemporary landscape artists and get inspired by their unique perspectives. Find top ideas and techniques to create your own stunning landscape art.
Four ideas to help you make a better painting - Alice Sheridan: contemporary artist Art, Sketches, Abstract Art, Kunst, Artist, Abstract, Abstract Expressionist, Artwork, Landscape Artist

We all want to make better paintings, get absorbed in the process of creating art and then stand back and discover a masterpiece. Often it doesn’t work quite like that! We can get swamped in the middle stages and easily lose our way, or even motivation to continue. If you recognise that frustration, I hope […]

Robin Ferrill
Art, Landscape Paintings, Contemporary Landscape Artists, Landscape Artist, Landscape Art Painting, Contemporary Landscape Painting, Landscape Artwork, Landscape Art, Abstract Landscape Painting

2024 Collection Textured, large-scale pieces comprising the first ever solo exhibition. Produced for JHW Fine Art, Cork St, London. Join the mailing list Join our mailing list to get the latest news about Hannah Woodman. Subscribers receive regular updates on new original artworks for sale, upcoming gallery showings, and the latest print releases. You’ll also…

Pnina Gold
Starting abstracts with black or with colour? - Alice Sheridan: contemporary artist Art, Painting & Drawing, Diy, Art Lessons, Ideas, Artist Canvas, Contemporary Art Artists, Contemporary Artists, Artwork Painting

Facing a large white panel or canvas can be daunting, but once I get started I actually love this first stage of painting. With nothing established, there is nothing to lose and no risk. Usually I begin by making marks with black – it’s too strong and too harsh but the strong contrast immediately gives […]

therese paquette
Contemporary Art, Art, Landscape Paintings, Collage, Abstract Landscape, Inspiration, Contemporary Abstract Art, Abstract Landscape Painting, Landscape Art

"Paint thin, loose and juicy, then juxtapose that with solid opaques. This is how to make vital the surface contrasts." 16"x16".75" Acrylic on Cradled Panel/Sold Commissions are welcome. Visit http

Elin R. Moe