Category Archives: Portraits
The model didn’t show up this morning so some of the other artists were generous enough to take turns posing. 15 minute poses. And after lunch I did a quick plein air from the roof of our house. It was … Continue reading
I finished this today. My drawing is obviously wobbly and inaccurate, but that comes from my process and my lack of interest in belaboring it. I think it’s close enough for my once a year selfie. I’m a little embarrassed … Continue reading
Day 12 of the challenge. I started a self portrait but ran out of time when parental responsibility called me back to duty. Maybe I’ll work on it again another day. It’s pretty wobbly because I don’t draw first before … Continue reading
Today our model sat and played the piano while we worked. This was a quick sketch in my sketchbook at lunch.
Another week of the challenge down and one more week to go. What was left of hurricane Jose was off the coast of Rhode Island for most of the week. I got outside on the windy days but had to stay … Continue reading
I tried to clean this one up a little before my kids invaded my studio and wanted to work on paintings of their own.
Yesterday was Andrew Wyeth’s 100th birthday. I was thinking about it all day and thinking about the events back home at the Brandywine Museum to celebrate. I really wanted to paint but was busy all day and couldn’t find even … Continue reading
I still don’t have much time to paint right now but I took the day off to spend one last time with my figure group friends. First I did a fast one, then I did a slower one that I … Continue reading
Watercolor for this one. I used cadmium red instead of my usual quinacridone. More natural, subdued color I think. About 3 hours. 14×11″