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Oil on Linen 24×24″ A product of my recent exercises in backlight and line. First in a series. Oh, and I’m pleased to share that my work and links are now included in the directory/gallery of the curated site, Figurative Artist.
Values in Backlight
11″x14″ Oil on Canvas I’ve often found myself frustrated while trying to realize form within a backlit subject. The bright back round light tends to flatten the planes of a figure or face, making it difficult to read the values necessary to create the form of the features. In a situation like this, the values …
Portrait of G. 11″x14″ Oil on Linen
Oil Study of lovely …
Experiments In Oil#3
I LOVE to paint portraits, people, figures, gestures. In the hands of a skilled and thoughtful artist, Old Master or contemporary, there is no subject more compelling for me than a portrait. But, paintings of people can sometimes leave me less than satisfied. They can sometimes appear to me, too pretty, or too gimmicky, too …
Finished. A fairly large commissioned portrait of siblings. My client requested a tightly styled, formal, smiling portrait of the four kids-two sets of twins! The greatest challenge? Rendering really attractive children.