1st Work: Painting Personal and Powerful

Had yet to resolve the big “what am I doing this term” question – so I painted small (6×6) studies of a corner of the studio. Dreadful shots. Only posted because this blog serves as my record and therefore include most everything. One focus of my class work this winter/spring is on paint application. I want to integrate my use of knife and brush, keeping the work very “fresh”. Painted on 1/20/13 6×6 inch linen squares.

HangingLamp1  HangingLamp2

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