I taped off what I wanted to keep then painted over it with a mild yellow and then peeled off the tape. I like it but now it needs refining.
The ugly stage. The inner child comes out to play. This is the I don’t care stage. I’m not trying to do art at this point. Most of this will get covered up.
Big, bold, and ugly! Fantastic way to start off a painting.
This will more than likely take on the offset cantilevered T format.
At the Aiken Art Center this Thursday.
I didn’t realize the whole picture. This show was being put on my the Aiken Artists Guild. I wasn’t a member, so the I had to become a member then enter the show. I was relieved to know the painting I labeled as “A” was guaranteed to be in the show. The painting labeled “B” was up for jury. I received an email saying my “B” painting, due to space didn’t make it in. I’m thankful to be a part of the artists guild in town.
The “A” painting is the larger 24″ x 24″ painting in oil on wood panel, “The Remains of the Sea.” The show is tomorrow night and I’m very excited. I’m hoping it will sell.
I joined the Aiken Artist Guild today and was able to enter two paintings in a show. The first one is guaranteed to be entered and the second one might once it passes a juried panel.
Here is the painting that will be in:
“The Remains of the Sea”
24″ x 24″ x 1.4″
oil on wood panel
and the second painting that will have to pass a juried panel:
“Where the Two Meet”
16″ x 20″ x 1.4″
mixed media on canvas
I’m planning on entering 6×6 at the Rochester Contemporary Art Center.
I was able to enter last year and all my pieces sold very quickly.
Here are the three pieces I’m selling.
All were made with acrylic paint, graphite and copper.
I hope to bless this gallery again this year and hoping for a complete sell out.