Leonard Wren’s exquisite landscapes, so reminiscent of Impressionist Masters, speak for themselves. Yet, this gifted painter is full of surprises. For example, he uses only one type of paintbrush. Roll the videotape and find out why! And in seeming contradiction to the principles of Impressionism Wren includes black in his landscape palette. Nor does he shy away from using photographs as reference materials. But wait. Wren’s less than orthodox approach makes him all the more an engaging teacher. His insights into Impressionism alone make this video worthwhile.