Tag Archives: 30 in 30

Natalie (part 3), Day 27, 30 in 30

Today was the last day to paint Natalie… So much excitement, anticipation and doubts. Would I be able to finish the painting today? I had so much to cover (oops, no pun intended!), I mean the canvas. I had no idea what I was going to do with the big white background that has stared Continue Reading

Winter Plains

Another view of the Bill Williams Mountain, with the blue distant mountain standing out against the golden grasses of winter. I actually stood by the side of a 50 mph road where cars zoomed by me every minute or so sending a rumble and almost blowing my canvas off my easel! Beautiful view, and I Continue Reading

Heading North

Here is my painting for the Day 21 of the 30 in 30 challenge. Another one that I actually painted over an old painting. I feels like I am just starting to understand the power of oil paints. I come from a  watercolor background so I am always concerned about planning ahead. But this is Continue Reading

Natalie (part 2), Day 20, 30 in 30

Monday morning figure painting today again! Too much fun to describe in words, but let me tell you, it is way too much “fun”! 😀 Anyway, started working on the fun part, the lights, today. See the color difference and paint them as such. “If you are not seeing the shape of color, then you Continue Reading

Blue Hills and San Francisco Peaks

Blue Hills 8″x 10″ oil on panel I did two paintings yesterday, back-to-back, literally.  Painted one, turned around and painted the second one facing the other way. I actually reused some of my pre-used panels that I didn’t very much like the studies that they had one. I wasn’t sure if that was going to Continue Reading