Here is my oil painting of a timber wolf, titled “Wolf on the Glacier”. Many years ago, I had experimented with oil paints, but this recent painting is
How to Paint Archive
Over the 40-odd years I have been painting professionally, I have learned a lot about art materials. Here’s a short video that explains all of my choices. I
Here is a painting I recently completed titled “Arctic Wolf on the Glacier”. It is an oil painting, a medium I haven’t worked in for over 25 years.
I am occasionally asked why I do not use glass and matting on my watercolor paintings. Here’s my story: Around 20 years ago, I decided to change the
People often ask me about the tools I use; more specifically my brushes. Here’s the straight scoop. Watercolor brushes need to be able to form a fine point
Years ago, when the kids were young, we decided to get some farm animals. We got several Netherland dwarf bunnies, geese, ducks, and goats. The goats were African
Black Bear Painting Explained by Animal Artist Jacquie Vaux Part 3. "Black Bear in an Aspen Grove" is the title of this Painting. Jacquie explains her progress to
Black Bear Painting (in process) is explained by Artist Jacquie Vaux. She describes her previous adventures with Black Bears and discusses the tools and methods she is using
During my career in wildlife art, I have worked in many different media. But my overwhelming favorite is, and has always been; Watercolor. Why watercolor? Not because it’s
Animal artist Jacquie Vaux continues her discussion on how she is painting this Bugling Bull Elk
Animal Artist Jacquie Vaux begins her discussion about how she decided to paint the Bugling Bull Elk. This is Part 1 of a series.
Here’s a video I recently made to help you select the right kind of paper