Wednesday, April 7, 2010

One, two, three




Here are 3 levels in the development of a recent oil painting.
Level one: prisma-color on canvas.
Level two; oil on canvas underpainting.
Level three: finished oil with multiple layers of glazes and scumbles.

If you have specific questions, please ask and I'll be happy to discuss in depth.
Click on image to enlarge.

Cheers,
Painter

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3 Comments:

Blogger dianne said...

I loved this one before, I think I commended you on how you had captured the richness and texture of the fabric the lady is sewing,I loved the colours.
There is a marked transition between the first level of developement of the painting and the finished painting ... I must say that I truly love the first sketch too, for its softness, it is like a painting in pastels.
Great art dear Painter. xoxo ♥

April 8, 2010 at 9:50 AM  
Blogger painter said...

Hi Dianne,

Yes there are transitions--literally thousands of them! Paintings seem to take of life of their own as they develop.

I really don't know where they are going but try to help them along the way. When I look at a finished piece I sometimes wonder where it came from ..really!

Kind of like relationships --wouldn't you say?

Cheers,

Painter

April 10, 2010 at 9:14 PM  
Blogger dianne said...

Yes dear Painter ... very much like a relationship and how it evolves. xoxo ♡

April 10, 2010 at 10:44 PM  

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