Wednesday, May 14, 2008

May 14 - In the Middle of the Workshop in Georgia

What a great group of returning "repeat offenders" coming back for this week of art "camp" (AKA BOOT camp~!) that are here this week. Today is the day that it either starts to sink in, or at least they find one time of day that really works. We're sliding toward the inevitable Friday, where we have to go our own ways, and hopefully have enough of the Color System to be able to paint with better color, every time! (At least that's my hope.)
I do have a wonderful bit of image to share with you--one of last week's Boot Campers stopped by to say "hi" and meet the repeat offenders this week, and she shared with us the work "before Color Boot Camp, and after". The still life on the left is before. I'm so pleased to see such growth in a student's work in such a short time! She really was ready for Color Boot Camp!!
Now, for my demonstration of moonlight for the boot camp attendees, I painted this 8 x 10 oil of round bales of hay in moonlight. You can see it below--it is an oil. I hope you'll enjoy it! I have many more, including a lesson painting in acrylics for morning light on the Amicalola River from yesterday. Thanks for reading!

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