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Snow Day

Who doesn’t love the look of freshly fallen snow? A good winter storm can turn even the most mundane scene into something spectacular to paint. The first time I bundled up and hauled my gear out in winter conditions, however, I learned just how challenging painting in the snow can be. It’s always tempting to take a few photos and use those as reference while I paint in my warm, comfortable studio, but one

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