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Yellow: A Month of Focus On One Color

Yellow! To explain, this May I am taking a beginning still life class with artist Karen O’Neil instructing. It is an online class offered by The Art Student’s League of NYC. And, we are exploring the color yellow. Warm or Cool? You might think, or rather I might think, that yellow is yellow. What else …

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2021 And We Are Back In Oregon!

Hello!  Happy 2021! I had not realized that I have been gone so long!  So, I send you my deepest apologies! And, I am sitting here, having recently finished a cup of espresso, wondering where I have been.  That is, what has kept me away from this blog?   January: Class. You see, the year …

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Boulders and Aspens in Hope Valley

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Yosemite National Park: View from Glacier Point

Yosemite National Park View from Glacier Point, oil on canvas.

Painting by Stefan Baumann.

Painted on location en plein air, alla prima, from Glacier Point.

This painting is looking toward the south Yosemite Valley.

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Shoshone Falls

Shoshone Falls, Plein Air Painting of Shoshone Falls by Stefan Baumann.

Shoshone Falls is a waterfall on the Snake River in southern Idaho, United States, approximately 3 miles northeast of the city of Twin Falls. Sometimes called the “Niagara of the West,” Shoshone Falls is 212 feet high—45 feet higher than Niagara Falls—and flows over a rim nearly 1,000 feet wide. Wikipedia

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Bridal Veil Falls, Yosemite National Park

Bridal Veil Falls, Yosemite National Park.

12″ X 18″ Oil on canvas.

This painting of Bridal Veil Falls was created en plein air on location in Yosemite Valley in summer at Bridal Veil Vista Point. Yosemite is a grand location for outdoor painters to go and be with nature.

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Bugle

Painting of an elk bugling by artist Stefan Baumann
Bull Elk calling with the classic bugle for which they are known

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Dinner at Eight

Dinner at Eight, painting of a man in a cowboy hat driving a cart drawn by two white horses by Stefan Baumann
Dinner at Eight, oil on canvas painting of a man in a cowboy hat driving a cart drawn by two white horses by Stefan Baumann

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Last of the Herd

Last of the Herd, painting of an old buck with a huge rack of antlers by Stefan Baumann
Last of the Herd

Last of the Herd, Baumann’s oil painting of an old buck with a huge rack of antlers.

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The End, Painting of an Elk

Painting wildlife from life can be difficult. Therefore many of my wildlife paintings are created from sketches and photos taken from my journeys into America’s National Parks. This piece portrays a 12-point elk from the business end of the animal.

"The End" Painting of an Elk, wildlife painting by Stefan Baumann
“The End” by Stefan Baumann

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