Check measurements twice and then cut. Three complete and lots of small ones yet to do. But of course, I don’t have the saw dust.
I like trying new ideas and techniques. A small goldfish turned out well and I decided to try a larger and more ambitious rendering. Here I learned a lot about tonal quality and blending colors. I think Just Goldfish captures movement and has gentle beauty.
One day I was clicking through images on Google and I found several that featured birch trees in the snow. I wondered if I could compose a painting of contrasts. Snow and shadows. “The darker the shadow and the brighter the light will be,” I thought.
If you’re in the Washington DC area, come check out the exhibit. An opening receptions starts at 6:30 pm on Friday, October 20 and the exhibit stays open through Sunday.