Tag Archives: figurative art

Life Drawing. Faceless.

Dominic wearing Barrie’s mask. Pencil and acrylic on paper.Dominic has a bright, positive personality, which shows through even in this muted painting.. His face was covered by a mask, hence the blurry feel. The mask was worn by another model, … Continue reading

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A connection is made.

A connection is made. Acrylic on treated plywood.Two of the top models in London, ‘A’ and Mr. Skellington. Lots of decisions made before putting paint on the brush. Colour, crop, brush sizes all were worked out beforehand. I was trying … Continue reading

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Life Drawing. The look.

The Look.Charcoal, chalk and oil pastel on sugar paper. 30 minutes.Not much to say on this one.

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Life Drawing. Contemplation of chance in painting.

Contemplation of chance in painting.Acrylic, oil pastel, charcoal and pencil on paper.This painting had four different stages. 1. The smaller figure was made months ago.2. The wine red acrylic was slapped on, again months ago. It was then put in … Continue reading

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The Succession.

The Succession. Oil on Canvas. 1x1m. 08.05.19. The work is about representing living people on canvas. The real model, the reflection of the model and the Artist reflected in a mirror, the skull (a remnant from an earlier painting on … Continue reading

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Life drawing. Just pencils

Ms Mono. Pencils on paper. One hour pose. This model always has a regal air about her.There was an idea to keep it simpler on this Friday night. Just pencils. Not to worry about skin colour, so the figure is … Continue reading

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Life painting. One Sunday afternoon.

Sunday afternoon. 3 hours of oil painting on canvas. The skull wasn’t that near the model in the studio. The colours seemed to work well, though I found oil painting problematic, with it’s longer drying time and buttery texture. The … Continue reading

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