sold This one doesn't have any wild color ... well, any wild color that wasn't actually THERE anyway. But I'm really happy with it anyway. I find that it doesn't come naturally to me to change the colors. It's not an instinct. I have to TRY to change them, and often I get to the end of a painting, having fully intended to experiment, and everything is the same. I'm pondering the implications.
Cappuccino Italiano III
The coffee here in Italy is really spectacular. I don’t usually drink coffee that much, but the stuff here is really addicting. I especially love their cappuccinos, with the strong and flavorful espresso topped with hot foamed milk, and a dash of cocoa if you’d like. Add a little raw sugar and you’re ready to enjoy this typical version of one of Italy’s greatest achievements – coffee. [text-blocks id=”6699″]
Still Life Painting: The Next Level!
"Teacup Demo at Shreveport" 8 x 8 inches, oil on canvas sold My second workshop in Shreveport, Louisiana (read all about the first one here) was a group who'd painted with me last October. Besides being incredibly flattered that they'd come back for more, I was excited to see how their work had progressed, and try out some new ideas! We worked on edges, paint handling, color mixing, and stroke economy.... ...we took a field trip to the art supply store, and had a varnishing demonstration…