Friday, January 27, 2012

"Name this painting!"

Just finished this one. It has been on the easel since October...

I have NOT been working on it all that time.. Nov, Dec, and
 beginning of Jan. were filled with other life stuff.

Any idea for a name?


This was the underpainting.. My intention was to apply transparent layers of color to attain a luminosity.. As usual I  had no idea what I was doing. I think there is a methodical way to achieve what I was going for based on color theory,  but I sure don't have the experience or knowledge.. yet.

3 comments:

bw said...

Dear Mary,

I found your blog, and am finding it delightful.

Languid Sigh

Kind regards, Brenda

laurenlewis7 said...

Your paintings are just beautiful and so life like they could be pictures...

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