Tuesday, August 23, 2011


12x12" oil on canvas

My usual painting process is to sketch out the main shapes, scrub in color estimations and then, using thicker paint, finish with more accurate color. Very little of the underpainting usually shows. In this painting however, I did the underpainting with the thought of leaving areas uncovered. Yellow ochre on the road, burnt sienna in the trees and dioxozine purple for the shadows on the building. 


Linda Popple said...

I would like to see this painting in person ~ as with many of your other paintings! Very nice!!

Fay Terry said...

Very well done. I think what you did really worked and gives it something extra--energy, maybe?
Anyway I really like it.

Jerry Stocks said...