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In this episode Eric Rhoads interviews British artist James Willis on painting buildings and cityscapes, art history, and more. Listen as they discuss: - How he left his career in accounting to become a full-time artist - News of his upcoming show in Hitchin, England and his forthcoming instructional book on painting buildings in oil - Insights on composition when it comes to painting buildings and houses, including what to leave in or out - Aerial perspective, "deconstructing" elements in the scene, - Tips on how to improve your perspective - His process of drawing first - How foreshortening applies to architecture in a painting - Glimpses into the history of art in regards to painting street scenes and cityscapes, and the work of Canaletto - Thoughts on plein air painting - the practice and the movement - in the UK Related Links: – James Willis online: – Plein Air Live: – Eric Rhoads on Instagram: – Eric Rhoads on Facebook: – Sunday Coffee: – Plein Air Salon: - Plein Air Magazine: - Plein Air Today newsletter: - Submit Marketing Questions: Eric@artmarketing.com This podcast has been rated #1 in the world via Feedspot's 2021 Top 15 Painting Podcasts list (https://blog.feedspot.com/painting_podcasts/)! Visit to listen to all episodes.