YESSSSS! Over the last 24 hours, I have completed the final piece. Now all 6 pieces are ready & nicely presented in my shoulder-strap-black portfolio carrier. Got some packing to do and in the midst of chaos, I can grin to myself for the fact that I have completed the assignment. A huge thanks to... Continue Reading →
The long-awaited 3rd piece is now finally completed. This recent work in pastel is a study made from Jos Van Riswick’s oil painting ‘Still Life with Apples’. Who would have thought you can make a few apples look sexy.
Still Life Study No.2, Pastel 420 x 594 mm ( 16.5 x 23.3 inch) About a week ago, I was browsing online for motives I could make a study out of for my 'Six-Still Life Works May Challenge', I came across British painter Julian Merrow-Smith's oil painting <Still Life with confit pot and apples>. A wonderful... Continue Reading →
The Challenge is ON! I have less than one and a half months to produce 6 pieces ( 5 Pastel paintings and 2 Classical Drawings) by mid of May. These works will be assessed for my 1st Semester Exam at my Art Institute in Bochum. The requirements are that all pieces must be produced under... Continue Reading →
Seewinkel im Burgenland, Österreich ( Seewinkel in Burgenland, Austria) in twilight. With the russet sunset burning at the top of the reeds followed by the moon rising into the twilight sky. Though I've never been to this part of the Austrian countryside, I find this little picturesque scene ripped off from a table calendar a... Continue Reading →