I’ve been working on several canvases, and have been documenting their steps, but I thought I’d cut to the chase and show four of them as they are now. I haven’t worked on them for the past week or so, so I don’t know how (or if) they’ll go forward.
I like the one below just as it is…I really can’t think of anything to do with it, and I find it restful and evocative on its own.
The next one I did while watching a movie called “Tucker and Dale Vs. Evil.” It has nothing to do with the film (which I enjoyed quite a bit). There are a lot of paint strokes visible in the photo (from the flash bouncing), which I couldn’t eliminate very well.
The one below had probably the least amount of work done on it. It was originally another canvas, which I (mostly) covered over with red and white. After that was just a bit of shaping.
Finally, we have this below. This was worked on between working on the other images, and is the last that I’ve done any work on. Lots of this was made while watching the Luc Besson film “Lucy” which I also enjoyed.
So there you have it, the state of things on the eve of Columbus Day. Thanks as always for visiting.