Intuitive Painting is painting without a plan. Letting loose and seeing what happens. I never have painted anything like this before. The name came after the result. I will explore painting like this more.
While “Sheltering in Place” I felt like venturing into a more playful state of painting! I got out my palette knives and loaded my palette, and mixed my favorite colors, and spread paint like frosting to my heart’s content!
6×6”stretched canvas, 1.5”depth
More to come!
6×6” Acrylic on Canvas entered at Oxford Community Art Center through October.
3 of them were SOLD at the reception.
8”x10” Acrylic on canvas.
On a cool dreary day, I painted along the shore of the river.
This weekend I went to my first Cincinnati Paint Out.
The setting was a historic German Town sponsored by the Woman’s Art Club. This group was founded in 1892, originally because the Cincinnati Art Club excluded Woman. Today neither club excludes genders.
I went to our Nature Park to do a little plein air watercolor painting. I wanted to steak out the locations for our Frost Fest Plein Air Outing this weekend. I will probably do an acrylic painting on Saturday. It will be nice this weekend too, but hopefully the snow won’t be all melted.
5″x8″ moleskin watercolor sketchbook.
These are the 5 minutes poses.
I like these classic poses. Are model was good at striking them. It makes our job easier.
“Valley of Enemy Creek” 30″x48″ Stretched Canvas
Although I will probably see little touches of strokes I want to add, I am finished, fin! Although I need to sign and paint the gallery edges which are 1.5″ depth.
Time to open a bottle of wine! Cheers!