Out from Undercover!

WHEW! I’ve been working undercover with all the elves in Santa’s workshop. Had some surprise Christmas pieces that I couldn’t show on my blog. But I’m back! So here we go on a garden courtyard. I begin sketching up the basic architecture with a thin oil wash made of MUD (2 parts Ultramarine Blue + 1 part Alizarin Crimson) + Liquin. As you read through my blog please remember, you may click on any of the images to see them larger.

A jumble of Delphinium, Petunias and Purple Cone Flowers will fill the planter to the left of a red gate.

A Turquoise Bench will provide a pleasant spot to relax and take in the fragrance of the colorful blooms.

Trumpet Vine cascades over the terra cotta roof tiles while Sunflowers line the wall behind the bench. I’ll begin applying opaque Oil Paint in our next session, hope you’ll come follow along. If you would like to receive an email every time I publish a new post please feel free to subscribe to my blog. CLICK THIS LINK and scroll to the upper right side of the page. You will see a heading EMAIL SUBSCRIPTIONS. Just enter your email address and click the button “Sign me up!”  It’s easy.

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One Response to “Out from Undercover!”

  1. roseherczeg Says:

    Beautiful again! I had a feeling you were doing some undercover paintings! Glad to see you back! I am wishing you a very joyous and wonderful Christmas and look forward to many more videos in the coming year! Love you, my sweet friend! xox

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