Here is the bare bones of a new piece that I was commissioned last week and began working on a few days ago! I decided to put the painting of the glasses on hold for a bit until this is finished because I have less than a month to do it.
The buyer has asked for a bull and matador scene painted in more of a surrealist and slightly abstract style as opposed to my normal realism. It may look like a mess… but it’s all under control.
Now that Oil & Water is finally up to date, I can post what I’m currently working on! This is a random study of warps and reflections that I assigned to myself. I started it more than a month ago and it is ever so slowly coming to life.
Trying my hand in gouache (watercolor) and loving it! You develop a whole new appreciation for pomegranates once you’ve painted one. I dragged this project on for two days and if you look closely you can tell, by the time I was the done the pomegranate began to turn brown… oops. 8×10″
The finished product. 20×24″
Embarking on my first experience painting water and the (miniature) human form. Commissioned by my brother in law, this piece depicts my niece and nephew on a day at the beach in southern California.
My fiance´ asked for a painting for his birthday last year. This is what he got. To me they look like they want to playfully bite each others heads off. So I thought it was fitting. 2×3′