Auntie Giles (please click on the image to make it larger)

I think this portrait of my great friend Auntie Giles the muscian is finished.
Human hair, ground coffee (decaf), wood glue, old t-shirt, wax, champagne foil, oil paint, painters medium, household enamel and biro.

Phew. He likes it. He made some Chocolate Brownies as a thank you. What a man.

About Trevor Mill

This is my work. Art & Design. The fruits of my labour. Commissions / projects welcome.
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3 Responses to Auntie Giles (please click on the image to make it larger)

  1. lestaret says:

    Fantastic Trevor, I have been looking at the enlargement and the ragged, hairy details really ‘lift’ the figure from the canvas. This is two works in one.

  2. This is excellent 🙂

    • Trevor Mill says:

      I thankyou. After the last two paintings I’m wondering where the sticking stuff on business will end. I have got a spare kitchen sink…
      Up next is a commission from an American friend to paint Winston Churchill. Which should be fun and very solid, heavy and square.

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