From “T. Allen Lawson: Seeing Things in Context” by M. Stephen Doherty in American Artist Workshop Magazine
“Among the challenges T. Allen Lawson posted for a group of workshop students was to avoid judging values in isolation. ‘You can’t accurately judge how to paint the mass of trees if you don’t juxtapose them with the sky, the distant mountains, the ground plane, and everything else in the composition,’ he explained.
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