Oil Painting 7×5″ panel This is the latest challenge from Different Strokes from Different Folks blog, where artists are encouraged to work creatively from a photograph that is posted bi-weekly. The price includes shipping and tabletop easel. The edges of the panel are beveled, looking good on that easel.
Monthly Archives:: April 2009
Silverpoint Drawing 4×6.5″ lavender prepared paper This goes to my good friend Terri H. It was drawn with a silver stylus on a specially prepared surface – a drawing medium known as silverpoint. The lines look gray, like pencil, but over time the silver lines will tarnish to a metallic sepia tone. To learn more… Read more »
Oil Painting 3×3″ bevel-edge panel Click on the button if you are interested in buying this art biscuit .
Silverpoint Drawing 5×6″ green-gray prepared paper The fleeting beauty of flowers inspired this dreamlike drawing. “Daffodil” was drawn with a silver stylus in a medium known as silverpoint, which was used extensively during the Renaissance era. Tones are built up with layers of lines and much patience. The silver metal lines will tarnish over time… Read more »
Oil Painting 4×6″ panel Waterlilies bloom on these floating ovals! That’s fascinating to me, and no matter how many times I paint them, I’m seeing them for the first time. In their presence I’m like a child again! It’s easy to understand Monet’s obsession with waterlilies. The price includes shipping and tabletop easel. The edges… Read more »
Silverpoint Drawing 5.5×7″ lavender prepared paper I did this drawing with a silver stylus on paper that I prepared with a lavender tint, and then used white charcoal for the highlights. Over time the lines will tarnish to a metallic sepia tone. This is a drawing medium known as silverpoint, which was used extensively during… Read more »
Oil Painting 5×7″ panel Please contact Chapman Gallery in Doylestown, PA if you are interested in buying this landscape. Do you have a photos of a favorite scene you’d like me to paint? Send me an email and we’ll discuss it. The painting I create from your photos would be an impression of the scene,… Read more »
Silverpoint Drawing 4×6″ lavender prepared paper “Lenten Rose” was drawn with a silver stylus in a medium known as silverpoint, which pre-dates the pencil, and was used extensively during the Renaissance era. I prepared the paper with a pale lavender tone, then used white charcoal for highlights. The lines are actually silver and will tarnish… Read more »