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Showing posts from February, 2018

Somewhere in South Carolina

All throughout South Carolina on back roads in rather remote areas you can find these abandoned shacks and homes.  This one is an old barn and shed.  I loved the weathered look and the greenery which had overgrown the area.  This painting is right off the easel and is will nor ship until after May 1st 2018.    I laid in a red orange ground on this canvas and then painted over it.  I loved the greens against the warmth of the shed.

Portrait #13

This i.s the second time that I have painted this incredibly beautiful woman.  The first attempt I felt that the drawing was too dark and dismal.  In this drawing I left some of the image to the imagination and focused the rich values in the face.  I may try drawing her again until I can achieve just what I am looking for.  However, I do like this drawing very much.  This woman is a member of the Beja People who are ancestors of the true Egyptians.  Think about this for a minute; they built and Empire that stood for 4,000 years.  I find that just amazing.

Portrait #12

This portrait went a little easier....I will do #11 over again....I learned a great deal from this one.

Portrait #11

This beautiful woman captivated my attention.....I found her on Pinterest....She is from the Beja people .....a true Egyptian.....I didn't capture her exactly....but I caught some of her beauty...