I was work on a Yellowstone National Park art project series from January 28th, 2019 to March 7th, 2019. I did six project paintings from photographs that I took last summer of 2018 on my one day trip out to Yellowstone in Wyoming. The photographs I took of Yellowstone was from the front entrance of the park side tourist attraction that’s main known for it’s popularly. See the pictures below of the six main spots I took photos of and painted on a canvas of Yellowstone National Park.
This Yellowstone painting I did on a 16x20 canvas painting is the Morning Glory Pool. The spot is one of the main popular tourist attractions that is located in the super volcano park. This hotspot pool project took about at least fifteen hours for me to complete with acrylic oil paintings.
This is a photograph painting I did of the Grand Prismatic Spring. This acrylic oil painting color of the hot spring took about 12 hours for me to complete. The painting project is on a 18x18 canvas square shape. This one is the main attraction spot that visitors see when they come to Yellowstone. The hot spring is a football field long and you can spot the whole super volcano hot spring on the top of the three mountains. That I painted in the background in the inspiration project.
This project is a painting of the Grotto Geyser that is located in the Geyser’s super volcano area. This one took about eight hours for me to complete. The landscape painting is a 16x20 canvas with acrylic oil black and white colors. This attraction section area is located in the front entrance of the park.
This painting that’s on a 16x20 canvas of the Solitary Geyser super volcano hot spring took about thirteen hours to complete the project. It’s also made out of acrylic oil painting and this location is up on the hike trail mountain inside the Yellowstone Park.
This painting is the Upper Geyser Basin that is located in the back deep side of the park close to the morning glory pool. The project took me about another eight hours to complete. The painting is made out of also acrylic oil colors.
This is a picture I took of the camping zone mountain upper deck view at the Grand Teton National Park at Wyoming. This one is not located at the Yellowstone National Park, but 45 minutes away from the area. The project is a 16x20 canvas. It’s also made out of acrylic and oil paintings that took bout ten hours to complete the project. The nick name for this is called “PaintBrush” because of it’s beauty color nature.
The inspiration project was really inspiring for me to do after I visited both National Parks of Yellowstone and Grand Tetons. I really enjoy making seven beautiful paintings in this series art project. More paintings will come from me in the near future of the Grand Tetons. I can’t wait to do more and keep creating good amazing content.