Month: March 2013

And now for something completely different – a pastel

Pastel Explorations   As many of you know from previous blogs, along with the work I do that reflects my response to what I see visually in the world, I yearn to create what emerges from within and also what is a response to the process of the work itself. I have been doing daily

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Daily Painting in La Manz – Poblano and Garlic

Daily Painting   I set up a sampling of vegetables for my acrylic painting class to paint (see my blog about the class) and my eye was taken by the contrast between the almost black poblano pepper and the white of the garlic. I had my next daily painting subject!          

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Galeria La Manzanilla – a sampling of paintings

Hola!   I thought for a change I’d show you my gallery here in La Manzanilla, Mexico and some of the work of artists it represents. I started at Galeria La Manzanilla in 2009 when Silver Mangini owned it. Over the period I was having my first solo show with the gallery in February/March 2011,

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Daily Painting in La Manzanilla – eyeglasses continued

Daily Painting   So I’m on my third daily painting of eyeglasses. (You can see the first one here and the second one here.) I guess a book was going to be the obvious accompaniment eventually and so sure enough, that’s what’s here – the book I’m reading at the moment, The Madonnas of Leningrad.

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Daily Painting in La Manzanilla – the second one

Daily Painting   I can hardly believe I’ve been here in La Manzanilla, Mexico just over a week. Time does fly. I’ve been pastelling and have another daily painting to show you.   I do like the eyeglasses as a subject (see my previous blog).  I changed the surface on which they rested as well

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