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This drawing is created with a silver stylus on a specially coated surface – a Renaissance-era medium known as silverpoint. I prepared the paper with a green-gray tone and added white charcoal highlights. Silverpoint will tarnish to a metallic sepia tone over time. To learn more about it, and to see the silverpoint box and stylus holders that I made, please visit my website. Don’t forget to subscribe to The Art Fly to receive images as I post them!
For an inside look at this shell, please see May 2009 archives at upper right; go to May 7 post for an x-ray view of this.
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Here’s another of the small Impressionistic landscapes I’ve been painting for local galleries. This rolling sunflower field was near Stockton, NJ and seemed to go on forever.
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I’ve been working on small, rather Impressionistic landscapes like this – mostly Bucks County, PA and Hunterdon County, NJ scenes – that I promised to a few local galleries. I’m particularly attracted to deep space with long rows of trees, fields and lanes, etc. I’ll post the images here first before taking them to the galleries…
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I really loved this scene – the bright blue sky with clouds rolling by the stretched wires. The vines were interwoven and growing across the wires like long nests.
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My favorites are the striped beach stones – more to come!
Tiny shells are attached to the interior of the large shell. Nature never ceases to inspire!
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I just re-discovered these fascinating seedpods on a shelf in my studio. On a trip to Alabama a few years ago these things were all over the place. They’re decorative with tightly patterned stems that are like handles.
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This was drawn with a silver stylus on a gray-blue toned surface. As silver tarnishes, so will a silverpoint tarnish to a warm metallic tone. To learn more about this Renaissance-era drawing medium (that pre-dates the pencil) visit my website.
Please email me if you are interested in purchasing this silverpoint.