The Spectrum 14 artist list is up on their website (http://www.spectrumfantasticart.com/artist_names.html), and I'm on it!! I'm not sure what piece was accepted yet (though I have a solid idea which of the two is more likely), but I'm happy just to be listed there.
I've got lots of friends who made the list, but a big "woo-ha!" to my other "cherry-break" first timers Dave Palumbo, Arkady Roytman, Mike Dutton and Tiffany Prothero. All four are amazing artists, and I'm surprised none have made it before.
Sunday, March 11, 2007
At least, that's the idea.
This is another sketch that's been around for a while and plagueing me, but somehow never found it's way to paint. Just a quick acrylic lay in to get the values down at this point. I'm hoping to work this and the axe painting from the last post more or less simultaneously, depending on what gets done when and the dry time on the oils (work on this while the other dries and vice versa). We'll see how that plan works out.
Monday, March 5, 2007
I had hoped to finish this piece up over the weekend, but the rains and melting snow, combined with some grading issues in our yard, resulted in a small flood in my basement level studio and home office. Rather than painting, I instead found myself scrambling wildly to get artwork, electronics, and books off the floor, followed up by lots of shop-vac use, water logged rags and a bucket brigade. Oh well. Should be able to wrap this up sometime this week, as soon as I figure out where I went wrong with the perspective on the axe head.