Been busy, frequently up to the studio in Alton Mill, but also painting daily at home. One of my paintings is in an exhibition at the Neilson Park Creative Centre in Etobicoke, with fellow members of the Southern Ontario Visual Artists . The exhibition runs from March 30th to April 19th for those wishing to go.
Was pleased to be accepted as a member of the Colour and Form Society, so I hope to complete work to exhibit with them, as well as Artworks Oakville. (Need a forty hour day).
Had the formal photography done of the window painting, which is 16″ by 20″, and decided to title this work as “PaneFul Memories”……a bit of a play on words.You can see the colour better in this image, and the painting is now up in the studio in Alton Mill , offered for sale.
There are two smaller works coming along, the MacGregor Ice Cream Parlour, and a small creek scene, but most of my time is consumed by the Waterfall painting, of the scene from Newfoundland. Will have to try and find the name of the location that I visited, so that it can have a proper name, but for now will refer to it as the waterfall piece.
Here you can see that the rocks are starting to change, and the trees are developing. I’m happy with how the trees are coming along, but still a lot of work to be done.
On the left hand part of the painting, the trees are really just started , because there are trees that need to be developed on top of the ones that you can see right now. That’s why the tree trunks are not becoming as pronounced as on the right side.
This is just a better view of the detail starting to come in on the rocks. It’s a slow process, but the triple zero brushes that I use for detail work, gives me an effect that I ‘m satisfied with.
I’ll keep bringing it up to the Alton Mill studio to work on, so people can see it in person and hopefully enjoy the painting.
See you there 🙂