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Snowy Winter Landscape with Red Barn Acrylic Painting Tutorial for Beginners LIVE #LoveWinterArt

Learn how to paint an easy Bob Ross style winter landscape acrylic painting. Easy to follow instructions by Angela Anderson make this a fun project for beginners. This is a LIVE full-length art lesson. A simple red barn adds a pop of color to this snowy white landscape with pine and birch trees.

Materials Used:
12″ x 16″ Canvas Panel:
Heavy Body Acrylic Paints:
Titanium White
Unbleached Titanium
Carbon Black
Burnt Umber
Burnt Sienna
Pyrrole Crimson (or Naphthol Crimson)
Ultramarine Blue
Phthalo Blue
Hansa Yellow Medium (or Cad Yellow Med)
Light Ultramarine Blue (optional)
Sap Green
Yellow Oxide
Acrylic Brushes (Taklon or Nylon) Synthetic:
Large 1″ Flat Brush (for background)
3/8″ Angle
1/2″ Flat
#4 Round
Liner Brush
3/8″ Deerfoot Stippler & Fan
Canson XL Mix Media Pad (for practice):

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  1. TY Angela! I just found your channel. Will have to try to catch you & paint along something similar live! 🙂 Relaxing to watch others paint things similar to things I like to paint too! Do you have a place where we can see ahead of time what you'll be painting?

  2. Lovely, tranquil scene. I really like winter landscapes, but I think this composition would do well as one that is painting in all the seasons. That would make a great wall display to see the same composition in winter, spring, summer and fall. This is a great tutorial, easy to follow. Thanks to you and Mark.

  3. I love your painting…the color scheme, the detail on all the trees, the old barn.  I can't wait to see more of your paintings.  You're quite talented.

  4. Gorgeous as always 🙂
    I plan on using my precious professional paints doing this one :). This is my first time using them! And I think they can't go to waste on something as stunning as this, can they?

  5. I àm so happy that I found your channel. I love everything you paint. Soon, I will buy some paints and brushes and attempt to paint with you.

  6. Great picture Angela, I have just one question what time of day is it? I grew up in Mn. so pinks indicate sun rise or sunset, and the bright blue sky indicates mid day. days like this are usually filled with blues, and greys and browns. But really amazing for an hour and a half.

  7. I LOVE to watch you paint. What I truly enjoy is when you change your mind and take off things and change the picture. You perform this brilliantly! I learn so much when you show how to do this. Then, your finished product is so lovely.

  8. I so LOVE the way you paint! You go step-by-step and you're easier to follow than other artists! Thank you for a really great tutorial!

  9. "Bob Ross Style" because his techniques were so unique when he introduced them.  Most painter use the same techniques.  So if you did something really different technique-wise, it would be Angela Anderson style.

  10. Loved this tutorial! It was great to see another artist paint something, hate it and cover it up LOL. We all do that and I'm sure it helped beginning artist relax a little more with their own paintings.

  11. Beautiful painting, hardly like the reference photo, which is a great way to show your viewers you don't have to paint exactly like the photo..

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