|Today's watercolor studies|
|Spent the entire day yesterday, trying to get the correct color on these prints. The gentleman from HP helped me a great deal.|
|Stationary cards or is it stationery oh well to lazy to check the correct spelling. I have been printing and mounting these on blank cards. Getting ready for next months show.|
|East Islip Marina|
Had to remove most of the color from the house. Didn't quite work out the way I wanted it to, using the masking fluid, I made a mess of the windows and boat. Just ordered the Daler Rowney masking fluid, it's what Robert Brindley uses and I just posted his on my side bar, love his work.
Working on 300lb. paper is another plus, watercolorist such as David Curtis are such great artist. I have my friend Vic to thank for introducing me to there work.
|Sweet Briar Farm|
|Short Beach 8x10 oil|
|Short Beach 18x24|
These are two different paintings of the same location. The first was started back November before the snow and completed in the studio. I wanted to try a larger format, so the second is 18x24 oil on mdf board. The second is a wip. Need to do a little more tweaking.
I have painted at this place so many times and each time it has a different look. So this is more of a study of atmospheric conditions. It is nice working on a larger format. Happy Painting everyone.
|Wet Canvas portrait study graphite|
|Wet Canvas portrait study in graphite|