After what started out as a peaceful hobby, Claybord artist Jim Musil has found much success sharing his paintings on social media. He’s found it works better to just mix a little yellow and black. The most important color he uses is probably quinacridone/nickel azo gold from golden. Because he paints with loose strokes, scumbling, and glazes, this red/orange/yellow color has a big influence over everything that comes on top of it.
“To me, painting is like a puzzle – you have to scrutinize every element and place them in the correct relation to each other,” Musil said.
Artist Jim Musil uses his brush to capture the mutable patterns of the sky in striking Impressionist-style landscape paintings