Please enjoy the following images of student work from a variety of drawing and painting classes from 2015. Dedication and hard work in the studio shows! Thank you to all of my hard working students. For more information regarding classes, please visit the Classes page, from the menu above.
As we say hello to 2016, let’s acknowledge and show respect to the many students who have worked so diligently in 2015. Here are some highlights from some of the drawing and painting classes last year. Thank you one and all! This is the first grouping of work: (Calling all students/if you see your work … More Student Works From 2015, Part 1
I have a collection of various bones from animals in my studio. Mostly found in the desert or given to me by friends. This project is of deer antlers that I found in the desert near Oracle, AZ some years ago. The drawing time is about 1 hour. The supplies used were black, white and … More Drawing antlers in black, white and sepia charcoal.
September – December course schedule is out! Click on this link for full class information and enrollment. Janis and her painting of Otis, for her son and his wife (Ben Aaron/news personality and Ginger Zee/Good Morning America Weather Anchor).
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Creating color charts (on canvas panel or gesso board) with the basic oil colors can help you practice and see the fundamental nuance and richness of paint. Much better than buying a large assortment of colors – you can create them yourself. The colors you will need for the following charts are what I have … More Color Charts in Oil
A final look at the first project in Introduction to Oil Painting: White Object. On the right is the finished study, 5 x 7 inches. The total number of color passes are 2, using neutralized ultramarine blue and burnt sienna.