This image caught my eye as I was headed to Spring Bull Gallery for gallery night. I passed by on my way to get a coffee and noticed the light on the wall and the amazing cast shadows of the hanging basket. The wrought iron bench lent the perfect geometry and contrast of hard edges to the composition and I stopped for a few photos. I knew I had to paint it and though I mainly work from direct observation- this time the photo would be my reference. No regrets!
Saturday, September 24, 2016
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Labels: 8x8, Anne Winthrop Cordin, oil
Monday, September 19, 2016
Gallery Night Demo
I volunteered to paint at Spring Bull Gallery on Gallery Night; being prepared helps so much with getting the jitters under control. I also got a rough start on my painting before the actual start of the event so I wouldn't be working from an entirely blank canvas. What helps you when you do a painting demo?
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Sunday, September 4, 2016
Beach Studio Artists
One of my paintings is a view from the studio door- we are located on the second floor of a cool building so close to the beach. Hence our name Beach Studios!
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Labels: Anne Winthrop Cordin, oil, street scene
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