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Profile: Thomas Schaller

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Thomas Schaller


Fog on the Tiber - Rome, 30 x 22", WC, © Thomas Schaller
Fog on the Tiber - Rome           30 x 22"        Watercolor

   As a young boy, Thomas Schaller dreamed about traveling to foreign places. He has fulfilled his dream and used those experiences to create impassioned watercolors, giving us, the viewers, a way to enter the mysteries of new lands through the senstivie mind of the artist. Schaller's studio is in Los Angeles, where he has practiced architecture and architectural rendering as well as his fine art work. His paintings have been featured around the world, including Italy, China and Russia, and in multiple books and magazines. Schaller has also authored several of his own books and teaches workshops and classes in watercolor.

   He wrote to us about his childhood, about combining his passion for architecture, drawing and painting, the nuts and bolts of his processes and materials, and what sparks his imagination.

Winter Light -  Moscow, 18 x 24", WC, © Thomas SchallerWinter Light - Moscow          18 x 24"          Watercolor

Bridge - China, 23 x 16", WC, © Thomas Schaller
Bridge - China          23 x 16"          Watercolor

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Winter Light -  Moscow, 18 x 24", WC, © Thomas SchallerVoices of
Experience:Thomas
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Palimpsest, 36 x 48", Oil, © Thomas PaquetteThomas Paquette's Mississippi River Odyssey

Sunset Filigree, 14x18", Pastel, © Lana BallotVoices of Experience:Lana Ballot

 photo of Mastrojanni Agricola, Tuscany, Italy, © John HulseyPainting Holiday in Tuscany

 

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