Thirty Paintings in 30 Days: Day 19

This photograph shows the painting immediately after over-beaten pulp has been added. The pulp is still wet, thus the shinny reflection on the surface. I add several colors at once, unblended, for the characteristics of each color to shine through.  The trick to...

Thirty Paintings in 30 Days: Day 17

During the painting process, the pulp painting rests on a sheet of egg crating. This allows the water to drip from the painting onto the vacuum table, where it will eventually exit the table via the hole in the bottom of the table. Small containers of pigmented pulp...

Thirty Paintings in 30 Days: Day 16

  I have a commission I needed to get working on and finally had to surrender the idea that I could produce 30 wall reliefs and complete the commission at the same time.  So, I have abandoned the idea of the wall reliefs and will focus on the commission.  My blog...

Thirty Paintings in 30 Days: Day 14

            I reworked the square composition from day 11 by adding another layer, making more of a fan shape.  I like the way the composition is moving between micro-macro; close-up to vista with each element.  It is moving beyond the...

Thirty Paintings in 30 Days: Day 13

    Ipswich River Reflections, II.  This is my first attempt at creating a vertical composition rather than a horizontal one.  I couldn’t bring myself to tear the painting in half and lose the reflection in the water as it appears here.  I painted the...

Thirty Paintings in 30 Days: Day 12

                For today I experimented with ribbons of color with the intention of making a coastal/mountain range image.  A little raw for now, but I will keep exploring this idea....

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