Just got back from Pasadena last night, after attending my first ever, traveling workshop. We had a great little group of seven students and Leslie Saeta for her palette knife class. We were able to finish four paintings over the two day event and this is the first one. Not the first one done, just the first one I’ll post here. This was actually the last painting done and to be honest, I can’t take credit for it. It was a group effort. The exercise was called Musical Easels and involved spending four minutes in front of someone else’s easel and working on their canvas. This is the one that was on my easel. It came out okay, but a little dark I think. Kind of hard to tell what is going on with the boat in this one. Everyone had a different picture at their easel, so if you saw all the different paintings from this exercise from all participants you would see seven different paintings.
Anyway, 6×6 inch oil on gessobord.
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