Painting done in waterbased oils 16x24
ArturoAluro - Sep 27, 2022 06:27 PM EDT
Guest - Dec 15, 2005 11:43 AM EDT
Thank you so much for your encouraging comments Alandra. Very much appreciated.
Guest - Dec 15, 2005 12:10 AM EDT
thanks for the response, Kathy, very interesting. Well, it must be very rewarding and worth every moment spent on it, when you obtain a result like this : )
Guest - Dec 14, 2005 05:51 PM EDT
Hi Alandra, I tend to spend a "lot" of time with a painting. I usually have 4 sittings, first the sketch and wash, then I have to wait for that to dry a day, then I start to block in the main colors and shapes, trying to get the tones the way I want them, then in another I spend time on details, then leave it alone for a few days then come back and make any touchups or corrections I feel I need to. I lose track of time when I paint and frequently can spend 8 or 9 hrs. in one sitting depending on what stage i'm in. But it is very rewarding when it turns out the way I want it to. I'm mainly self taught, read many books on it and have taken a few courses. Thanks for asking &:-)
Guest - Dec 11, 2005 11:59 PM EDT
meant to ask you Kathy, how long would it take you to complete a painting like this? Not meaning to be nosey, just interested. It seems to me, it would take a lot of time, with all those tree branches, fronds and leaves etc. Did you take art lessons, or is this just something that comes naturally to you, it certainly is a gift, anyway. It must be very rewarding to be able to accomplish such a lovely painting
Guest - Dec 11, 2005 11:56 PM EDT
thought the same about this one being a photo, these are getting "better and better" with each one I view. Such talent!
Guest - Dec 11, 2005 06:55 PM EDT
I thought this was a photo... do you sell your work?? VERY nice!
Guest - Dec 09, 2005 04:46 AM EDT
Gorgeous, you are so talented.
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