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The Hunters

My latest watercolor painting is of my two children and nephew visiting the Hunter Museum in Chattanooga, Tennessee. I used pointillism, a technique of painting in which small, distinct dots of color are applied in patterns to form an image. "The Hunters" By Eric Buechel, Watercolor on 400 lb. Arches Watercolor Paper, Size is 22" x 30" Eric Buechel Fine Art/ The Bee Hive Atelier P.O. Box 277 Pleasant Hill Tennessee 38578 (931) 881-7806 Home Page © 2023 by Eric Buechel Proudly created with Wix.coSave

Supering Our Beehive Over The Weekend

The time has come for Kathy and I to add a medium size super to our busiest hive. It's an enjoyable chore which I took advantage of for future paintings. After getting the gear ready well in advance this exercise was quick and easy and seeing our busy queen made it even more exciting. The hive body and the first super is strictly for the bees and only the supers above will be for our use. The images on this blog will give you an idea how I gather up my subject matter to make my apiarist paintings. The Inspection of The Colony, Watercolor and Gouache on 550 lb. Rag Arches Paper. Sheet Size 22" x 30". First exhibited at the McGhee Tyson Airport 2016 Eric Buechel Fine Art/ The Bee Hive Atelier

The Very First Time

A dad and son having a drink (beer and water) at the cocktail lounge for the very first time. "Being a father has been, without a doubt, my greatest source of achievement, pride and inspiration. Fatherhood has taught me about unconditional love, reinforced the importance of giving back and taught me how to be a better person". - Naveen Jain "The Very First Time" By Eric Buechel Mixed Media on Paper, Watercolor, Ink, Oil Paint, Wax and Titanium Dioxide Border on 550 lb. Arches Rag Paper, 22" x 30" 2017 Eric Buechel Fine Art/ The Bee Hive Atelier P.O. Box 277 Pleasant Hill Tennessee 38578 (931) 881-7806 Home

I Just Delivered Another Six Paintings To My Representative In Nashville Today

Landscape painting is the one thing I do that is truly me in every sense of the word. It's were I started and it's what brings me back home. Ever since I could handle a crayon it was the landscape that pulled me into this world of art. It's me and the brush trying to compete with the glory of nature. It's a chance to express all that I've got inside of me that compels me to challenge natures glory. Yet I realize that in the end it's merely an impression of the greatness of nature in which I seek. It may be the reason I paint big broad, wide open landscapes. The kind that I just want to step into and discovery whats beyond the horizon. The Aerial View, Oil on Canvas, 32" x 32" 2017 Now on d

The Dogwood Arts Regional Exhibition 2017, Knoxville Tennessee

I was both surprised and thrilled that my self portrait, a mixed media of watercolor, oil paint, wax and gold leaf won Best in Show. In addition, my painting of my wife (Title Kathy Valentine) was used for the press release and was hung near the front window of the gallery. A very exciting night for all, especially the many talented artists in the event. Eric Buechel Fine Art/ The Bee Hive Atelier P.O. Box 277 Pleasant Hill Tennessee 38578 (931) 881-7806 Represented By: © 2023 by Eric Buechel Proudly created with Wix.com

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Eric Buechel

P.O. Box 277

Pleasant Hill, Tennessee 38578

(931) 881-7806

Eric Buechel

P.O. Box 277

Pleasant Hill, Tennessee 38578

(931) 881-7806