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.
We copied another artist’s painting of pomegranates to study the style of background washes and painting in negative space.
This is one of my favourite paintings ever.
The very first actual painting I did in painting class at TPAC 197 in St. Paul, Minnesota, back in September of 2010. We’ve come a long way since then! Continue reading Painting: “lake scene”