I coined the word “station” as a collective noun for the Pilot Metropolitan (affectionately referred to as a “Metro”). It seems to have caught on a little bit, anyway. Continue reading A Station of Metros
I’m entitling this “Wish I Were There”, I think.
This was a class project, and rather fun.
This was just a one-off bit of random art while playing with a different triad.
Sunset on a beach
This was the first painting of the year, 2016. I really like how it turned out.
This week’s painting is a rather straightforward exercise using a new (to us) triad of Payne’s Grey, Alizerin Crimson, and Monte Amiato. Continue reading Painting: “By the Lake”
A spring house, in early spring (we think) with snow still on the ground, but patchy. Continue reading Painting: “Spring House in Early Spring”
This was some gorgeous autumn colour that our teacher found for us to paint, with a cute little shack by a lake.
This was an exercise in doing reflections in water as well as painting what we see. Continue reading Painting: “Autumn Colour, a Hunting Shack by a Lake”
This painting was rather fun. I started out with just some coloured pencil sketches, then tried watercolour sketching using basic sumi-e strokes, using watercolours.