The Cambrian Period

Perkins Park,16x20,oil on board
Perkins Park,16×20,oil on board

watch The Cambrian Artists League invited me for an ‘encore’ demonstration last Saturday. I had previously done a demo for them several years ago, and they wanted more. I did a snow scene for the last demo, and they wanted a seascape this time.

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follow site I chose as my subject a scene from Perkins Park in Pacific Grove, CA. In the spring, the ice plant blooms there and the entire park is covered in a blanket of reds, pinks, and purples. I had painted there last year for the Carmel Art Festival, and in fact lately have been doing a painting in the park for the festival every year as they always sell. I have wanted to do a larger studio piece of the same scene.

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essay on acceptance Here are a few pictures near the end of the demo. (Click on the thumbnails to view larger pictures)

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buy comparison contrast essay Here is the painting after about two hours of demoing…most of the major elements were at least blocked in…

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The painting at the end of the demo
The painting at the end of the demo

source link Thanks, Cambrian Artists League! It was a fun morning with a lively bunch of artists!

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go site I later finished the piece in the studio, pictured above. As usual, a painting is never completely finished until it goes out the door, but will set it aside for now.

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