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Tuesday, April 29, 2014
Thursday, April 24, 2014
Here are the steps to create this painting!
#1 Purple Gray Background
#2 Rough in Your painting with quick Dry Acrylic-- Use Golden Open for all the Details and Blending if Possible. -- I used Blue to mix my darker orange tones.
#3 Work on Evening Out the Background With Open.
#4 Add Correct Colors to Orange with Open.
#5 Begin adding reds and Blues/ Purple Tones for Grapes.
#6 I needed to add grape shapes into the painting as I worked.
#7 I went in with a Blending Brush / soft and dry to soften edges.
#8 Still adding in correct details and colors, getting closer.
Monday, April 21, 2014
|Today's Demo, I'll Add the Steps with the Trees as I Finish.|
The Trees Seem Too Regular I added Height
Then Scraped and painted the Foreground.
By Tearing Strips of Masking Tape in Two, I made Outlines for Trees.
Now I Have the Tree Forms,made out of Modeling Paste- Isometric.
Next I will add paint.
Thursday, April 17, 2014
Thursday, April 3, 2014
Wednesday, April 2, 2014
Tuesday, April 1, 2014
Abstract Paint and Collage Elements
Forget Me Not,
This was made as a memoriam to my Mother, Louise Butler, artist. It deals with the illusive element of time and memory. It includes part of one of her drawings and a part of a page from a high school or college dance program.
Last of Several
Green Sky Warning, Pastel on Suede Mat Board
Each one of these pastel paintings were done on different days. I really enjoyed doing them and would like to continue. I have been using Pan Pastel to begin and adding a harder stick pastel as they begin to take shape. At the end I was working completely from my imagination but looked at some cloud and green sky photos to see if there is enough realism to be convincing.