In 2010, I was dealing with some heartache and decided to take up painting as a way to deal with it. (It helped immensely.) I pulled out my art kit and was please to see all my nice brushes were there (had to buy new paint though). I searched the internet for follow-along tutorials like Bob Ross did, but with acrylics and found Tim Gagnon.
So far, I've done 10 of his paintings. And I've purchased more lessons that I haven't completed yet.
Some of my favorite finished paintings from his series:
|I painted this for Mother's Day 2010.|
|This was another gift for my mother to go with the tulip. 2011|
|My great-grandmother painted the cardinal on the right in 1978.|
I painted the one on the left in 2012.
|This was an anniversary gift to my boyfriend.|
|I painted this for a friend that loves fall.|
I haven't painted at home in a long time, though. I started a series of birds but haven't finished the first one.
|Hopefully it'll look something like this.|