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Documenting a period in my development that could become pivotal

Monday, August 30, 2010

Abstracts reacting to one another

Oil paint often is immitated with acrylic so it is difficult to tell one from the other. I have thought that my acrylics looked like oil because I started painting with oil in the 60's. After years of acrylic painting, I see big diffeences in how I proceed in applying the paint.Posted by Picasa

Departure from abstract line to abstract spots

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Thursday, August 26, 2010

Sunday, August 15, 2010

Red line oil paintings

Keeping expresssion through line while working from nature!
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Before my changes

I am not sure going back into the painting that was good was necessary but I sure like the way the two go together after the changes.
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Acrylic painting from nature

Today these paintings looked unfinished until I made some changes. I think they go together as a pair. These are acrylic and done in a very dry evaporative atmosphere. Both days I painted on them in the afternoon sun.
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My Hubby caught another one 6:10AM

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Friday, August 13, 2010

Thursday, August 12, 2010

No brushes, no extra solvent oil painting at the Oregon Coast

The picnic table is my studio furniture.
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Sunday, August 08, 2010

Painting at the Oregon Coast


The fog is lingering today but this afternoon it should rise with the breeze and change of tide.