Tag Archives: oil

Clothed Figure Study

Oil, 18″hx11″w.

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Landscape

The assignment was to paint a landscape in the tonalist style–an overall tone of colored atmosphere or mist–but I think the color here is more intense than the usual tonalist painting. There may be some small changes to make, but … Continue reading

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Figure Study

This week figure studies in color.

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First landscape

First of the landscapes for my landscape painting class. This scene is not far from my home in Oakland, CA. I wanted to see how far I could take a red and green palette–we don’t really have pink sidewalks.

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Figure Study

Nupastel, playing with edges and overlaps.

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Eyes Study

This week it’s eyes, studies painted from sculptures by Bernini and Michelangelo.

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Hand studies

This week it’s hand studies, one a day for 7 days. I’m on day 6. ¬†Interesting how the approach changes when it’s one a day, instead of six in one day.

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Sculpture Painting

Here is the first piece I did for the Figure Painting I class. The assignment was to paint a a copy of a sculpture in black and white. I especially like the effect of the shadows here, painted thinly and … Continue reading

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