Painting Class Pose 3. Day 3

What’s working? the drama with the light. What’s not? it seems stiff and hopefully this Saturday his hands will stay in the same position long enough for me to at least suggest them.

2 Responses to “Painting Class Pose 3. Day 3”


  1. 1 Sally March 14, 2008 at 12:17 am

    I love watching how things develop. You do it with paints and I do it with yeast (breads, etc.) My results are a bit easier, and faster, but not nearly as interesting as yours.

    So, do you celebrate St. Paddy’s Day? I just uploaded a great corned beef recipe that doesn’t taste at all like that sort of gaggy “New England boiled dinner” that we used to get. Check it out on my Bento but not broken blog here ….. http://bentobutnotbroken.blogspot.com/

  2. 2 carolsartblog March 14, 2008 at 1:19 pm

    Just one more Saturday to go on this painting, but in this class particularly, I’m focusing on process and learning, not product. Doesn’t that sound so “goodie”.


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