Driftwood, acrylic on canvas 8x10
Brown Eyed Susans, oil on canvas, 8x10
Sunflowers, acrylic on canvas, 24X30
Sunflowers, acrylic on canvas 8x10
Self Portrait, soft pastel on mi-tient paper
Gathering Kelp, acrylic on canvas, 8x10
I like the composition and the narative aspect of the painting. A little too gray for my taste but I like it!
Sunflowers, acrylic on canvas, 16x20
Bastion Square after Van Gogh
Little Boats, acrylic on canvas 8x10
My good friend and artist Holly Wheaton agreed to model for the occasion.
More September Poppies
September Poppies, acrylic on cradeled panel, 6x6
I'm still recovering from the Koi Joy marathon. ZZzzzzz
I fell out of my routine for a few days but this morning marks a new start in my daily paintings.
Me in my studio
Koi Joy, acrylic, 36x48"
It was gray and threatening rain. I was attracted to the explosion of color these wheelbarrows made.
I went to a portrait painting paint along today. This is the model Judy. I got there later than everyone else and got this last spot. I don't like a straight on side or front. Nest time I'll do better. Promise.
This morning with the Alfrescoes I painted a dappled shade area on the edge of Ross Bay Cemetery. I had the hardest time picking a spot as I didn't want any headstones in my painting. In the end I just omitted them from the scene all together. So there's some degree of improv here. I have a licence to do so.
Here's the start. There's still work to do. This is a studio painting based on sketches and photos of Beacon Hill Park sun flowers. It is all too dark for my liking. I like the general composition and the feeling of movement. But There are still changes I will make to that. I'm considering lightening the back ground.....Hmmm.
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