First in the Pause transformations:
Oil Study on Wood Panel I’m back to work on the Pause Series. This time I’m disclosing the […]
In honor of my Dad, for Father’s Day, I will be posting separate Pause pieces originating from the oil on wood studies of my parents, above. I have not identified my Pause models before, but I feel that I’d like to acknowledge my parents with these pieces and the several Pause depictions yet to be […]
Been playing with the lighting to keep this series fresh…at least for me;)
All of you creatives who commented on my last post, aiding focus and offering your thoughtful opinions, thank you! I am pleased to report a common thread, with one image the majority favorite. I’m flattered that it has been referred to as classical. I am also delighted that opinions varied widely and for a variety […]
Editing. Culling. Selecting- I’m curious: If you were to choose three of the strongest images to best represent contrasting nuances of expression, which would you choose? OR which of this grouping is the strongest image? For the Pause Series.
I though it might be interesting to view a compilation of images that all originate from a single subject.
I thought you might be curious about the origins of the Pause final prints. Below are the oil paintings that are the basis for the final photo print distortions, thus far. Different from paintings as an end product, these paintings are literally a means to an end; serving multiple manipulations and the final photographic prints.
Two more from the Pause Series.
(There is now a “Pause” gallery page on this blog. The tab above or this click will take you there. Clicking on the Behance Network will take you to an edited “Pause” gallery there as well.) Now loyal, patient friends, I will tell you in more personal words than you will read in my artist’s […]
Gallery + why and how coming next week…….thanks for hanging in……..