One aspect of picture-making that some artists neglect is the feeling that the landscape goes back into space for miles and miles. Remember, a good landscape is usually made up of foreground, middle ground and background elements, and the elimination of any one of these can considerably flatten the scene.
To read more about creating dimension in your landscapes, see “From Tone to Color” by Charles Sovek in the Art Clinic column of the June issue of The Artist’s Magazine, available May 16.
Edited by Lisa Wurster, associate editor of The Artist’s Magazine.
Artists of the Month are chosen from Annual Competition entrants.