Joseph McGurl: Authentic Artist (Part 1)

by Matthew Innis |

For landscape painter Joseph McGurl, authenticity is everything.  To him this means being true to Mother Nature and it also means being true to his own nature.  He never works from photographs, he doesn’t adhere to artificial rules, he paints what he knows, he loves what he paints, and he always aims to engage his…

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