Profile: John Lasater – The Artist’s Road

Artist Profile

John Lasater

Colorful Palo Duro, Oil, © John Lasater
Colorful Palo Duro              36 x 48″                Oil

“It’s an act of trust each time we approach the easel,

and whether the result is pleasing or not,

we trust again the next time.

For painters, faith might

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BSA Images Of The Week: 12.11.22

Welcome to BSA Images of the Week!

Welcome to BSA Images of the Week. We begin with a series of shots from an outdoor exhibition on Governors Island right now. Timely, political, educational, and powerful; “Eyes on Iran” is an

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How Church Painted the Icebergs

In 1859,  American artist Frederic Church (1826-1900) commissioned a schooner to acquire him on a plein-air portray expedition to “Iceberg Alley,” a dangerous region encompassing Newfoundland and Labrador. 

Church produced an extraordinary established of oil experiments from observation to provide
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Ep 117 Why Artists Need to be Brave

On today’s podcast, we talk about why artists need to be brave. So, the most successful artists out there are often the ones who have been brave and not been afraid to try new things …and they’ve just put themselves

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