Here’s what the local landscape’s been like with the recent snow snap. Just beautiful.
I bought some posca markers a few weeks ago and I must say I love them. This little postcard sized forest landscape on paper was done with them in about half an hour. There are so many acrylic products now you don’t know what to choose but I read a blog by Drew Brophy recently… More Little forest acrylic…
This is a little oil landscape I’ve been working on and off for the last few months. It’s about perhaps 3/4’s finished but really you never know until it’s finished. I’m calling this series my divine forest frequency paintings.
Yesterday I went for a quick walk in the forest and came upon this tree with a gasp. I was walking up a different path than I normally do so hadn’t noticed it before. It’s a pine tree with roots exposed. Magnificent. I walked around it then took a couple of bad camera photos and… More Forest tree in charcoal on paper
Just playing around with acrylics. Abstract trees in a snowy, windy landscape.
It felt good working on this one. It takes a little while to get used to the Fabriano 300gsm rough paper and see what it can do. I’m still testing the limits of techniques and materials but this paper can take a lot of water and mark making without losing it’s lovely texture. In this… More ‘Yellow orb over the Sea’ painting