Tag Archives: acrylics
An early stage in what I hope will be an interesting painting of this photograph: I plan to add some interesting features not in the photo above because I like symbols and symbols like me.
Never was very satisfied with this piece, but posting it anyways.
Acrylic on board – 12×24 inches
(1200×924) The piece is lit by a common lamp from the left… too dull a morning for natural light, so, sorry ’bout that. I’m slowly developing two figures within the frame by eradicating any white unpainted surface still evident. No … Continue reading
The sky has a nice texture and, with a bit of work, I can now shade in some misty cloud with whites and grays above the tree line (which I’m just beginning). As for the pareidolia, I find this portion … Continue reading
http://masqua.ca/paintings/ I’ve had a few suggestions that there needed to be an easier way to find paintings in my blog, so I decided to start a new page on my header. With any luck at all, I should be able … Continue reading
Mixed media on birch panel 14×18″ Finally finished and photographed in natural light. Now on to the next project…
(click to enlarge) The thinking behind the Irminsul was not confined solely to the Germanic peoples of Northern Europe as it is related to the ‘Tree of Life’ which has its roots (pun intended) in many cultures throughout the world. … Continue reading
The underpainting is sanded bone black and the titanium white areas will be where the silvery moonlight shines, delineating the rough bark. The middle ground is sanded phthalo green yellow shade on sanded bone black as well, while the sky … Continue reading