Sunday, April 24, 2011
Caught this image of light striking trampled grass while hiking in West Virginia - I'm assuming deer made this pathway as it led to nowhere in particular from the hiking trail. This painting is 24 x 36 inches and while the underpainting (ranging from cadmium orange to alizarin crimson) was applied with brush and solvent, the oil paint was stroked on, scraped off, gashed and swirled with a palette knife. Up close it is a mess of color and texture and patches. Hopefully the image from a distance conveys the light and color of evergreen hedges and long grass.
Posted by Karen at 10:35 AM
Tuesday, April 5, 2011
quoted my husband when he saw this, my most recent painting. This canvas is 24 x 36 - I find that I am challenged by working a bit larger, but it's a pleasing challenge. I titled this Maple Glory - it is the tree featured in many of my recent work, at full foliage in summer.
Posted by Karen at 4:34 AM