Oil Painting: Flowers for Paupau
Here’s a dark moody floral painting perfect for the middle of winter. This is actually a piece I reworked with oil paints. I painted this in memory of my late grandmother who passed away a few years ago.
The US is going through a cold snap, with much of the country experiencing sub zero temperatures. It makes me appreciate Oregon winters, even with all the grey and rain.
Here’s some pictures of the Charles River in Boston Massachusetts in winter:
Work in Progress: Acrylic Paintings
Meanwhile before I let myself hoard more art supplies I am going through some old art rejects and painting over old canvases. Most of these were acrylic paintings that I had painted a few years ago.
Here’s an acrylic painting I started, years ago. I think I was inspired by this canteloupe:
Here I am preparing the ground with a fairly solid color. It’s interesting to me how fastidious I probably was when I painted them originally and now I am just quickly painting over them to improve them. Just goes to show one shouldn’t treat paintings as too precious.