Please join us for an early May (3rd - 5th) studio landscape workshop
with a focus on
How to Deconstruct the Landscape
John Pototschnik (Poe-toe-sh-nick) was born in St. Ives, Cornwall, England, but grew up in Wichita, Kansas. He received his art training at Wichita State University in advertising design, followed by instruction in illustration and design at Art Center College in Los Angeles. Most recently he has studied human anatomy at the Lyme Academy of Fine Arts in Old Lyme, Connecticut.
In 1982, Pototschnik began painting professionally in the fine arts. Prior to that, he worked as a freelance illustrator for ten years with many of Dallas' major advertising agencies and companies.
Since beginning his fine art career, Pototschnik has become a popular speaker and juror among art organizations. His paintings are in many private collections from Hawaii to Rhode Island and also in several public collections including : cities, banks, corporations and museums.
Pototschnik resides in Wylie, Texas. His work has appeared in "First", "The Artist's Magazine", "Southwest Art", "American Artist", "PleinAir Magazine", "American Art Collector" and "International Artist", plus six books..."The Best of Portrait Painting", "200 Great Painting Ideas for Artists", and "Expressing the Visual Language of the Landscape", "100 Ways to Paint Landscapes", "100 Ways to Paint Flowers and Gardens", and "100 Ways to Paint Seascapes, Rivers and Lakes". Several of his paintings have been published by the New York Graphic Society and Bentley House Publishing. He is a signature member of the Oil Painters of America and the Outdoor Painters Society.