“Berries”, a fluff piece really; designed to get me painting again. I’d lost the Muse for a moment, so I just went with what I felt. This is a combination of acrylics, extremely watered down to look like… errr, watercolors. I then used some spray painting (nice fumes on that one) with stencils and theseContinue reading “Berries”
Monthly Archives: October 2016
Test of Faith
A cold winter evening, somewhere in the city. On the roof of a nondescript tenement, a life is about to end… or is it about to begin? Every artist does a religious painting at some point (at least the ones I follow), so here is my contribution to that lexicon of beauty.
I’ve completed another painting. I’m experimenting with fog / mist. It’s a process. I didn’t do so well on this one; hence ‘Castle S’. I’m going to call it a practice piece for the next work, in which this will be the background for the action in that scene. This is 16 x 20, acrylicContinue reading “Castle S”
Queen of the North
Sometimes you take risks. Sometimes it works out. Sometimes it does not. This is one of those ‘do not’ times. Yet it is mine, and I claim all of my failures. The scene: The King has died. On a cold, snowy morning, the Queen readies herself to go to Valhalla with the love of herContinue reading “Queen of the North”