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This is a new work in charcoal on paper. It is around 22" x 30".
I also wanted to post a note about a solo show I am having at the Manifest Gallery in Cincinnati in January 2011. There will be...
Thank-you rattus and *ViRuS*.
A new painting. Oil on wood, 24" x 30".
Great work - the eyes look frightened/trapped inside the bizarreness of the characters. Nice manifestation of the sadism of the Carroll books.
A new oil on canvas, 22" x 38", finished 2010.
Bdbros and Revolution77, thank-you very much.
Thank-you virus and rattus.
A new painting. Oil on canvas, 30' x 39".
Thanks for all your comments - I appreciate the input. I am happy with my painting as it is i.e. I don't feel uncomfortable when looking at it any more, and have got through what I needed to get...
33" x 25", oil on canvas.
I reworked my last portrait / figurative painting. Here it is as it is now:
So insightful - especially the mediums you use and the tip for using old telephone directories for brush-wiping (something that never dawned me at all!).
Thanks Chupacabra, CAONIMAMAIB, and Sonaj, for your comments.
And thanks for your second comment, Chris. I think, though, that I should work on the background at this stage as it has always been...
Thanks for your comments. I appreciate what you are saying, and agree, although it is not so much decorating the background as not wanting to make an irreparable change once the figure...
Very competent charcoal drawing! I like the way the head ornament merges into the background, and into something undefined but definitely solid.
Thanks so much, Elwell. I really appreciate that!
This is a new one. It is oil on canvas, 29" x 39". It is as yet untitled. (Now on to a new painting based on a new play the choreography and lighting of which I was impressed by.)
This is oil on unstretched canvas. 32" x 31". I am thinking of framing it unstretched, like paper, but unmatted too, and in a frame with glass.
Thank-you dTb and jabbawockee.
Thanks for your comments bhana, burl and the pariano.
The yellow skin tones, on the painting you are referring to, Pariano, came out because of a yellow light I was using and semi-darkness I was...
Watercolor on paper, 10" x 11", April 2009.