Awhile ago, actually. Here’s my new painting website:
11×14 oil on panel (2014)
Kinda morbid, but I like it. Relatively fun and easy. Once again with the limited palette: tit. white, cad. red, yellow ochre, ivory black, and a tad of cobalt blue to get those green grays.
11″x14″ graphite on paper
It doesn’t mean anything. Just wanted to play around.
16″x20″ oil on wood panel (2014)
Turns out tattoos are difficult and fun to paint.
I used another very limited palette for this one: titanium white, yellow ochre, cadmium red (med.), ivory black.
I found the frame cheap at an antique store when the painting was half done. It was 70s gold when I brought it home. Painted it black because that’s sexier.
24″x44″ oil on wood (2013-14). Click image to see full size.
16″x20″ oil on wooden panel
Joy and I visited Marta in St. Louis during a heat wave. That air conditioner earned its keep.
This was my first attempt using the “Zorn palette” (nothing but titanium white, yellow ochre, cadmium red, and ivory black).
Oil on panel, 16″x20″