A quick post tonight.
I received a few emails today asking either about when I was going to blog a photo of the Vertical One, or when one could come by to see it.
Possibly I'll come up with visiting hours over the weekend, but my studio's even more of a mess than usual.
As for the photo, it's beyond me. But to satisfy some curiosity, I have a b&w photo of the painting's mid-section and a few details for you.
You may recall that this is where we were on April 15th.
Here's the black-and-white of the central section, today (three weeks later).
The detail photos are a bit strange, too. The first is a section of the trees in the background. Quite blurry, sorry.
Next, a section of the left hedge.
Some of the leaves from the sapling. This color is particularly whacked. All the leaves are painted, and they're NOT WHITE! Don't know what went wrong with this one. But you'll be able to see all the brushmarks. The leaves, in fact, are all a mixture of secret yellow and cinnabar light.
All for now, as I'm a tired fella.