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Wednesday, June 26, 2013

More on My Blue Period


More Blue
 This is another in my effort to learn values by painting with a 
monochromatic palette.

It's part of a learning exercise by a group of artists on the
Wet Canvas website.

We are all basically using the same palette.
We use black, white and ultramarine blue.

Mine has a little bit of a warm tone to it because I tone my panels and canvases with a mixture of burnt sienna and white.

This is an Eastern Phoebe.

The painting is an 8 x 10 panel.

It's practice, so it's not for sale,
 but there might be a more correct looking one 
showing up sometime in the near future.  

Thanks for stopping by.
 

8 comments:

  1. What a fabulous bird! Not only is it wonderfully painted but it emits such a beautiful appreciation of nature. Bravo, Sharon, you are really doing some great work.

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  2. Thank you so much Fay. I needed that. Have had some bad Karma lately and ready to put down the brush. Thanks again.

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  3. You did such a nice job with the limited palette, a good exercise. I know things that go along with painting and the art world can be aggravating but we have to continue to create art for ourselves. I say it feeds the soul. Hugs

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  4. Oh, Sharon, I hope you are over wanting to put down the brush. I told you on WC and I'll tell you here how much I like this little bird painting. It is so subtle yet so strongly painted. Keep it up!!!!

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  5. thanks friends. I'm taking a few days off and collecting my thoughts and resting. I love painting more than anything else I've ever done, and I'll keep at it if only for me.

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  6. Sharon, you have to keep painting...I still have walls!

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  7. Sharon, you have to keep painting...I still have walls!

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  8. I still have walls myself. Paint, paint, paint.

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