I haven’t been painting much, so I will post some old stuff:
The Saint Bavo Church in Haarlem, Netherlands.
Siena, Italy. The town has one N. The color has two.
A view from our hotel, Siena, Italy.
Also Siena, Italy.
Mom, from a photo.
The American River Acrylic on paper board.
This is my latest and greatest! I have not signed or framed this. It is based on a photo that I did. It is on 1/2 sheet of 300 lb rough (Arches).
Today, I will see if it made it into the WASH show or not.
My favorite place in Kyoto. The aqueduct is part of the water system of Kyoto.
While visiting relatives in Japan, we went to Kyoto for a few days.
While in Kyoto, we went to Rakushikan.
Is it a paper store or museum? My wife stocked up on Washi paper she sometimes uses in Encaustic painting.
We found the people in Kyoto very helpful.
I went to a workshop given by Dale Laitinen and did these two paintings:
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This is of Virginia City and is mixed media, and my first full sheet painting (22″x30″). it is semi-abstract.
This is based on a photo I took on the coast near Monterey. I am proud of this since the idea, photo, and drawing were all mine. Dale had helpful suggestions along the way. Both are on 300lb paper.
Here is a portrait I did recently at Friday figure drawing.
I had a scrap and a large piece of watercolor board. Of course I tried this old multimedia technique on the scrap. It came out better than I had hoped.
I should just be happy with the results and intimidated by doing it again on the big piece.