Self on Yellow

I’ll never understand why blogger insists on brightening the photos I upload. Anyway, this is a self portrait from a hand mirror in a Zorn-ish palette. 6 x 6 inches, oil on 1/4″ hardboard.

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Daggers

I know, I know. I’m a terrible “daily” painter. I’ve been working on some larger things that have been more time consuming lately. Hopefully, I’ll be posting those soon.

Somewhat limited palette on this. Titanium white, yellow ochre, alizarin crimson, sap green, and ult. blue. This is 6 x 6 inches, oil on 1/4″ hardboard. Initialed lower left.

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Waveform

Quick and dirty. I left a lot of the gray ground showing. This is 6 x 6 inches, oil on 1/4″ hardboard. Initialed lower right, ready to frame.

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Cover

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I got some metal leaf for another purpose but put it to use here. This is 7 x 5 inches, oil on 1/4″ hardboard. Ready to frame and initialed lower right.

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Guadalupe

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Trying some things with texture. I actually used my greatly neglected palette knife in the gray at the top.This is 8 x 8 inches, oil on 1/4″ hardboard. Initialed lower right.

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Wandering Violet

After using the Zorn palette for weeks, I felt a little color starved. Here I’m trying to make friends with violet. This is 6 x 6 inches, oil on hardboard. Initialed lower left.

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Leonine

I took a few process shots and put them together in an animation for you. I should have taken one more shot before step #1. Again using the Zorn palette. This is 7 x 5 inches, oil on hardboard. Initialed lower left.

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