Still Life Pastel paintings, with some notes on their genesis and progression.
Tuesday, November 12, 2013
Not a lot of progress to report on this. Some work done refining the fruit in the bowl, and the fallen physalis near the goblet is established; also some lines indicating where the base of the bowl will be painted.
This blog is a development from my pastel directory, www.artistsinpastel.com where pastel artists the world over are featured. It did not seem appropriate to post my own work there. Here is where I will post new paintings from time to time, with some notes on their genesis, and whatever else comes to mind.
I have been painting with pastels for 25 years or so, and have learned from the very practical publications of artists like Alan Flattmann, Daniel E. Greene, and more recently Richard McKinley and Ellen Eagle.
The work of other artists who work in the medium is always of interest, hence this blog, and I am happy to have met many of them, and interviewed some for the Pastel Journal.
Still Life is the subject matter that most interests me, and my pastels have been exhibited in Ireland, in France and in China.