Ella Yang Studio

Ella Yang Studio presents the up-to-date portfolio of cityscape and landscape paintings by contemporary fine artist Ella Yang, as well as her latest exhibition and other news from her studio in Gowanus.

Painting indoors is an adjustment

As a painter who prefers to be outside painting from life on site, late fall is always a tough time. Now it's been two months of winter, and I've adjusted to my winter rhythm. It's actually a lot easier in some ways to work in my studio. I don't have to unpack and pack for every painting session (my car trunk is nearly empty and the baby stroller I use to haul around my so-called portable Julian easel is pushed into space next to my storage shelves), I can bring food that can be heated in my old microwave, and best of all I have more social interaction with my studio-mates (including neighbor's dog Mingus). I paint a little more slowly and don't worry as much about what time of day a painting depicts. I can use my large glass palette and muck around with larger quantities of paint.  I work from photos of views that I've taken the last season. I just prepped three new canvases today, meaning I toned them with diluted paint so that I won't be starting with a stark white canvas. easel-and-prepped-canvases

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