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Wednesday, August 10, 2016

It's a Two Brush Workin Wednesday

Really?

Only Two Brushes?


Click on the video to watch how this painting was born.



Two Brushes.

That's all I allowed myself today.
 
Here is a progression of First Light.
It's hard to tell what happened when it's small like this.  

 First Light

$150 + $20 shipping
11" x 14" acrylic on Stretched Canvas - Unframed.



I'm just showing it in a frame here, but it is unframed. 

2 comments:

  1. Really beautiful and so well titled.
    I enjoyed seeing the video but oh my...that easel has to go, Sharon. I am amazed you did such a wonderful painting while having to hold it down. It would drive me batty!

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  2. You're so funny Julie. I had to go watch the video again to see what you were talking about. I have a french easel but it drives me batty, and I've used this one for at least 12 years. I know I need a new one, but I don't want to spend the cash.

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