I stood at the cross-roads today watching the oncoming storm… Painted two panel side by side to capture this beautiful panorama that I get to see driving out to town everyday. What a lovely stormy weather. I love Monsoons!
Tag Archives: painting from life
Some new Plein Air paintings from last couple of weeks. I have started going out again once or twice a week. Prescott is so green right now, I am afraid I am going to run out of green paint!!!
My current model Justin. An actor, an athlete, ex air force. And a very nice but intense person. I had a lot of fun painting him, I was very unhappy after the first session, but I am happy with it today after my second session. Now I just need to work on the background and Continue Reading
I haven’t posted on my blog here d=for a while… But here is the finished painting of Shelby. On Fire oil, 18″ x 24″
Our current Monday morning “Pushing Paint” model is Shelby. She is a 1/16th Native American. She is wild, excited, an artist and a musician. I have one more Monday to work on this.
Our beautiful Monday model Rani. So full of ideas and ambitions. She is a farmer, a musician, and everything else under the sun. She believes in self sustenance, growing your own food, composting, eating good and exercising. Some may call her vagabond but I think she is a cool chick who loves to give and Continue Reading
Painting people- figures/portraits – bring out such deep emotions and feelings in me, that they are hard to describe. I feel like I have touched the souls of these models. Many times my hands begin shaking and it takes over my whole body. I guess that is what they must call the zen moment. I Continue Reading
Yet another attempt at this beautiful mountain in my backyard. This is the first painting after I came back from Eric Merrell’s workshop in the Anza Borrego Desert State Park, CA. What a beautiful place, so inspiring! I will be posting the paintings from the workshop too. Not my favorites as in a complete body Continue Reading
I finished this one last Monday actually. But something about this February is strange… We are doing the same model again but a different pose. Click here to view a larger image and purchase information.
A wintery windy day today. Looks like the weather is catching up, I sure do hope we get some snow, though I was really enjoying the warm January we had! So here is an indoor still life study for today. I haven’t painted under halogens in a long time. I have done all my paintings Continue Reading