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Old 02-05-2020, 04:17 PM
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Re: WOYE: What's on Your Easel? 2020

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Just finishing this. Might add more contrast or brighten a few places, now sure.
12" x 12" on canvas

the lines in the painting are straight. its the photo that's crooked.

I think I'm going to call it "Escaping". I'm not big on fancy names.


It is very nice, Lovely scene , welcoming look about it. I love the way you have popped house roofs in between the trees, and oh the water, it looks cold.
Beaut work.

rickjf, I think this is the beginning of a very interesting pieces.
lovely start



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Re: WOYE: What's on Your Easel? 2020

I’m moving back to the pencil to redo my blacksmith shop painting. I’m guessing it will be on the easel for some time yet.
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Re: WOYE: What's on Your Easel? 2020

This anvil looks better.

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Re: WOYE: What's on Your Easel? 2020

Started this weeks ago by scribbling paint on a canvas. Went back to it yesterday. No expectations...using it to play with different brush strokes and color combinations. Spent two days on her face...all sorts of variations. Just started repositioning the baby’s face (from the original sketch) and playing with shape, and orientation. Tons more work ahead. I will likely reposition Mary’s eyes, too. They need to look at the viewer or the baby. Perhaps darken shadows like a Sargent. Forgive the wet paint glare up top...

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Old 02-24-2020, 09:39 AM
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Re: WOYE: What's on Your Easel? 2020

Futzed for a few hours this morning. Not yet where I want it, but at least the baby no longer looks like a demon. More tomorrow- gotta actually go to work.

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Re: WOYE: What's on Your Easel? 2020

Widened her eyes and then moved her pupils so they glance in the viewer’s direction, softened lines of her face in the hopes of making her younger, and tried to give her skin a darker olive look.

Need to spend some serious time with the baby ...he needs help.

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Re: WOYE: What's on Your Easel? 2020

Wow, some beautiful work here. You guys impress me with your paintings of people and those fine lines are incredible. Thought I would share my other two from this month.
First is my "Breakfast Pic"


I also painted this one - Inspired by the Monthly Acrylic Challenge - Piet Mondrian Works

Pls. pardon the glare from the glass.

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The 2nd Painting Completed Grey Morning Fishing 9x12" Acrylic..
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Love this one. Reminds me of my son when he was young and we stayed at a campground. (He had a hat like that. ☺) Very nice.
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