Wednesday, June 4, 2014

A Gray Day

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Overcast at Rawson's Point

Today I worked on the second of yesterday's studies for a little bit, hoping to refine some of the elements and to make final the colors. Almost done now. Here's where it stands.

Here's one I don't think I've posted before. It's Bailey's Hill in Rawson's Corners. The house in the light was owned by a famous artist named T. Bailey. One can often find his work, still, though it occurs in a number of different styles.

Last of all, I wanted to go back to Rawson's Point today since it was overcast. I left it rather late, and only could spend about 50 minutes on this study. Still, I'm reasonably pleased with it. The grisaille is only ivory black on a white panel, with a tiny smidge of blue at the horizon.



Weekend Workshop
28-29 June 2014
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The Ogunquit Summer School of Art

Ogunquit, Maine
Two two-day workshops
14-15 August 2014
27-28 September 2014
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4-12 September, Alkmaar, NL
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(Possibly) Toronto
6-10 October 2014
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August 2015
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A possible 2015 workshop for the
Welsh Academy of Art


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