Friday, July 29, 2011

The Haystack


The Haystack
18 x 24 oil on panel
I just finished working on this painting.  It was a challenge.  I struggled with the water for days.  At times I even felt like I ruined the painting. but I was determined to turn it around and I think I did a good job.
This is second one in my Cannon beach series.  I hope to paint a few more.  Its called the Haystack because that's the name of the huge rock which is in focus in this painting.  Its a home for an abundance of wild life.  And not to forget it is a major tourist attraction in the Pacific NW.

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Monday, July 18, 2011

 
Cannon Beach
18 x 24 oil on panel

Hello friends, I am glad this painting is finally off my easel.  This one has been a challenge.  It has transformed drastically form start to finish.  However, whatever be the challenge...I did enjoy every bit of it.  This is a view of the beach from Ecola State park.  
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Sunday, July 10, 2011

The Chickadee

 
12 x 12 oil on panel 

Hi everyone, This is fresh off my easel.  I don't have fancy vases, so i just used my toothbrush stand. :) .  I almost ruined this painting towards the finish.  I actually smudged wet paint from my hand on to the background.  I had to rework the entire background.  Thanks to oils.  Its such a forgiving medium, You can keep reworking as long as you are satisfied.  I'm sure if it was watercolors my painting would be ruined for sure.  Seriously thanks to oils.  I love this medium.  Hope you guys like my paintings.  Do follow me on Facebook if you find my work interesting. Follow me on Facebook 

Thursday, July 7, 2011

Friday, July 1, 2011

Evergreens

 
18 x 24 inches
oil on panel

This painting was a challenge.  I was tremendously bogged down by the greens in this painting.  But I managed to pull through the finish of this painting.  I'm glad this is off my easel. yay! Thank you for visiting my blog.