12″ x 12″Oil on Linen
A new addition to the “Cloaked” series but with a lighter, cooler palette.
art, oil painting, painting
Alla Prima Process
That’s a good backlog you’ve been showing.
Thank you, Steve.
i love the mystery here…let me think a story about…
Thanks, Robert. A story would be lovely:)
This is very very beautiful
Gorgeous. Full of suggestion and emotional complexity. That loose white paint is brilliant.
Thanks so much, Richard. The white paint is the quickest and the most immediate part of this process.
Cloaked—with light elemental.. Love this! 🍸
Thank you so very much.
Thank you, Resa!
Oh how fun to get caught up on what you’ve been doing creatively! The most recent one is my favorite…”Lightly cloaked.” Just beautiful and so much feeling!
Hi Robin! Good of you to take time to visit. So pleased you enjoyed this one. Thank you!
I see you have been busy recently.
Though I like them all, this one if my favourite. There is something mysterious, or even ghostly, about the portrait that makes it stand out.
Thanks very much, Rabirius. I had I feeling that you might prefer this one;)
I’m intrigued by how much you convey about character from a minimum amount of visual information.
Much appreciated, Louis.
Mysterious and beautiful. The white just glows.
Thanks very much, Linda.
Stunning and serene. I love the ethereal, dreamy, haunting quality of this piece.
Many thanks, Laura.
Disturbing, in a gorgeous way.
I hope so;) Thanks very much, John.
this is interesting and great 🙂
Thank you, Joshi!
A splendidly delicate variation on your usual style
Much appreciated, Derrick.
a talented work soliciting questions and wonderment
Thanks so much, Eddie Two Hawks.
Mysterious mood. Another great one! I think I should use your pictures when I teach creating a character. THey’re so evocative!
You are welcome to them! Thank you, Carol.
Oh my this is just exquisite….on so many levels!
Many thanks, Donna.
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