Monthly Archives: February 2012

End of Stage 2…. All the masses are adjusted for Hue, Value and Chroma.

Here is qick shot of the setup.

Into Stage 3 now. Working with variations within the masses.
So here is the next installments… Deep into the stage 2 now which is the most involved stage as here we adjust everything as we are seeing… color, value and chroma.
As you can see, most of the colors have dulled way down.
Be back with more soon…
Hey, I started working a new Impressionist piece a couple of days ago and I have decided to a lot of pictures of my artwort from now on – in progress. I miss doing these, just have been so occupied with “stuff.”
Anyhow, Here is the latest one on my easel. It is sort of in between Stage 1 and Stage 2.
As you can guess by the picture, it’s not exactly a Cactus Pear but a Cactus and a Pear… 😀
So let’s see how it goes…
Be back tomorrow with more.
Here are some paintings I have done since the workshop.
Onion
10″x8″
Oil on board

Garlic
10″x8″
Oil on board

Tea-kettle
14″x11″
Oil on board

Blue &  Orange
14″x11″
Oil on board
Red Bell Pepper with Knife
10″x8″
Oil on board

I haven’t posted in a long time here on my blog… just have been updating my facebook page lately. But here I am. I took an amazing workshop with Susan Sarback this January. Love her work, she runs the School of Light and Color in Fair Oaks, CA. It was my first workshop so I was very excited. And I loved the town. Very cute downtown village and the American River running at the outskirts of the town.

I totally fell in love with this place….
Anyway, here are some paintings that I finished at the workshop.

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Srishti Wilhelm Srishti Wilhelm is an award winning Impressionist artist who paints plein air paintings from life in oil and watercolor.