I have created an updated gallery on my Jeanette Clawson Art blog. I hope you stop by and see what I’ve been up to.
This lesson is called “Light, shadow, and value outdoors” and I quite enjoyed it. The road turned out to be a weird band-aid color, but I enjoyed the shadow colors and how to blend them. It was interesting to me that they were not made from adding black to the previous color (which is how I would have done it) but rather mixing a darker version of the color using black and a base color. For the road shadows the author recommends adding burnt sienna.
This exercise was about layering over and underpainting and can I say that I’m really loving working with glazes! I’m not a fan of his tree silhouettes, but I may redo this one and the previous tree using reference photos for the tree shapes.
I hope you have a beautiful day!
Here is the collection of art that arrived on Saturday from Claudia McGill. We are exchanging some art. I love these ceramic ladies. I was delighted that they came with their own house and a cat! You can check out her art giveaway on her blog.
Here is where some of them will live at my house. I call this tableau ladies at home with animals with a gentleman caller.
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