March is a Long Island City-based artist and teacher. Originally from Illinois, March came to New York in 2001 after completing his BFA at Indiana University. In New York he studied privately with Andy Reiss and at the Art Students League. Eric also participated in the Copyist Program at the Metropolitan Museum in 2004-2007, learning technique by copying Rembrandt, Rubens, Velasquez, and Degas. In 2006 and 2009 Eric was given solo shows of his cityscapes at Park Slope Gallery in Brooklyn. Recent awards include the Provincetown Dune Shack Residency (2011) and the Hudson River Fellowship for landscape painting (2010). Other honors include two juror awards at the NYU Small Works Show, Gawker Artist, and the Indiana University Creative Activity Grant for study in Florence. He is represented by Park Slope Gallery in Brooklyn, NY and Studio21south in North Adams, MA.
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This is a very good introduction to oil painting for someone who has never even painted before. Eric goes over all the basic stuff you don't even know you don't know. He's a very good teacher. I learned a lot and am really glad I started here!
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