Painting Analysis and Refinement
I have never filmed me refining a painting to completion before.
My typical painting process is to "Paint First, Then Think", meaning to paint without thinking using my right brain then once I feel the need to stop, I take time to analyze the painting with my left brain.
I usually film the Paint First part, but not the Then Think. This time I have turned the tables to show the Then Think and not the Paint First.
I analyzed the painting and made a written list of items to address (correct). Most have to do with lightening the value of several areas of the painting.
You'll see me describe items on the list of needed corrections, then proceed to address and correct each on the painting until the painting is complete and ready for hanging.
For those that are interested in a fun and engaging workshop experience, I have some workshops coming up that you will love: (You can see a full list of Workshops by Clicking HERE.)
- July 28-30, 2017 Binders Art, Atlanta, GA. to register contact Beth, firstname.lastname@example.org or 404-237-6331. Details HERE.
- August 7-9, 2017 Kennedy-Douglass Center for the Arts, Florence, AL. To register contact Christi Britten email@example.com or 256-760-6381.
- August 10-12 Lowe Mill, Huntsville, AL. To register contact Amy Mayfield firstname.lastname@example.org or 256-533-0399. Details HERE.
As always, thanks so much for your support!
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