Posts Tagged ‘foliage’

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Up Your Limbs

March 9, 2016
Up You Limb; Oil on Canvas panel 8" x 6"

Up You Limb 150603 ; Oil on Canvas panel 8″ x 6″

Although, in the dog days of summer, for some reason, I got to thinking about the upcoming season. The autumn in the Midwest. Decided to play with this idea of looking up the limbs of trees. An interesting perspective.

Up Your Limb ; Oil on Canvas Panel 8" x 6"

Up Your Limb 150609; Oil on Canvas Panel 8″ x 6″

Up Your Limb 150623; Oil on Canvas Panel 8" x 6"

Up Your Limb 150623; Oil on Canvas Panel 8″ x 6″

Up Your Limb 150603; Oil on Canvas Panel8" x 6"

Up Your Limb 150718; Oil on Canvas Panel 8″ x 6″

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Autumn Leaves 1, Oil on Canvas

February 27, 2012

Autumn Leaves 1, Oil on Canvas 8" x 10"

Ran some errands in the morning. By the time that I got into the studio that afternoon, I did not have a lot of time available. I had a class to teach in the evening. So rather than start a larger painting, I decided to grab a small canvas and play with an idea. I used a photo and cropped the scene to focus just on the foliage. Fun little play. Went fast. I finished this painting, cleaned up, ate a quick dinner and got to class early.

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June Morn at Chapel Road

August 17, 2011

June Morn at Chapel Road, Oil on Canvas 12" x 24"

I created this painting in my studio, using sketches created in between rains during the Fields Project.

After doing an initial oil sketch on my canvas, I put a light wash of Alizarin Crimson in the sky. I love the way that the essence of the crimson comes through the body paint used in the sky. Works well with the greens of the foliage.