Sea’s Edge was an interested and challenging painting to do. This painting is based on a Joyce Ortner instructional design packet. It is painted using oil paint on the 12 x 16 stretched Gotrick canvas. The following photographs show the various progressive stages that I went through to finally arrive at a finished painting. Continue reading “Sea’s Edge”
After and interesting, fun day of painting the students are ready to display their masterpieces. The fee for this class is all in – the only things that the student has to bring is their lunch, their apron (or dress for a mess), their smile and of course their creative enthusiasm. They of course mustContinue reading “A Walk in the Woods: Finished”
The students have made great progress on this painting. You can now really see the different creative approaches that each student has applied to their painting, particularly so when you look at their interpretation of the water.
So here we have the students busy at work. The painting has advanced considerably
Even though this is a step-by-step painting with each step fully explained and demonstrated each student has the ability to exercise their creativity and make the painting their own. You will see this happening in the various stages as they each progress and learn the process of colour mixing, along with the correct handling andContinue reading “A Walk in the Woods: Early Stage”
This painting was selected as our November landscape class for several reasons. First off it is a great fall scene and as such makes a nice wrap-up class for our 2014 painting classes. I picked this painting deliberately to showcase the very first PBS TV program that Bob Ross did. For years his first yearContinue reading “A Walk in the Woods”
I had the pleasure of doing a hands on oil painting demonstration for the Renfrew Art Guild at their monthly meeting Tuesday, November 4, 2104. The purpose of the demo was to show the use of the Bob Ross medium (liquid clear) on a black canvas and the application of transparent oil paint toContinue reading “Painting Magic”