I’m still dabbling in my mini still life paintings throughout the week. This week’s pieces are of a tea cup and of course you know I had to throw in an egg (yes I still got a thing for ‘em). I have a new appreciation for recreating porcelain. and metal.Read More»
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I often see quite a few still life studies completed using very dark backgrounds as oppose to middle tones. I decided to try it out for myself to see if it is something that appeals to me.Read More»
Below is my latest charcoal piece. I’ve painted these same baby shoes before in pastel and decided to do them again but in charcoal this time. There’s something very classic and touching about black and white.Read More»
A glimpse of two still lifes completed this week. I aimed to bring out the shapes, lumps and bumps of the pears while keeping the painting from being too rigid. I experiemented with different strokes and pastel application on these.Read More»
This weekend I completed a charcoal portrait of a 6 month old baby. The facial expression on her face is priceless. She seems so attentive and focused on what’s before her.Read More»
I absolutely love doing still life work. For some reason I find so much freedom in it along with the expressive vibrant colours. This week I worked on a mini still life of a red onion and egg.Read More»
Here is a simple still life that I completed this week of two apples. The apples, though yellow were painted with as little yellow pastel as possible. Believe it or not, the major colours used for the apples were green and red, with yellow left only for the lightest sections.Read More»