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Paint mountains with depth and light in acrylics

Jenny Aitken shares her strategies for capturing the scale and atmosphere of mountains

Jenny Aitken has been painting professionally for over 20 years, and exhibits across the UK. She tutors workshops and demonstrates to art societies throughout the UK. Jenny can be contacted by email: jen@jennyaitken.co.uk or through her website www.jennyaitken.co.uk

Carn Gorm, oil on board, 19 ¾x19 ¾in (50x50cm)
Langdale, acrylic on board, 19¾x30in (50x76cm)
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About The Artist

Welcome to our November issue. This month Hermen Pekel shares his strategies for creating depth and Lucy Willis explains how to achieve perspective, both working in watercolour, while Aine Divine demonstrates how she painted a watercolour portrait of our editor. James Hobbs urges you to share your sketchbook on social media this month using the #inktober tag and Robert E Wells explains how he uses his sketchbooks as a creative tool. Kathy Barker begins a new series on portraiture with a look at eyes, Paul Brown reveals how you can learn from your mistakes, Paul Riley demonstrates how to paint mountains in acrylic and Becky Thorley-Fox sketches and paints wildlife from life, in oil. And of course our regular contributors Geoff Hunt, Jenny Aitken, Paul Talbot-Greaves, Charles Williams and Soraya French share their knowledge of painting. There’s plenty to inspire you in your November copy of The Artist!