- Start out with a pretty sweet base painting
- Fill in the edges
- Now that’s a fine looking painting you’ve got there
And here are some done-and-DONE abstract acrylic paintings getting ready for a tentative show in Denver this March, 2010.
Brandon Harper Photo, I may need you again soon!
Simply get carried away and add too much white and blue at once! Oh well, it’s all part of the painting process.
Next step: Resurrection. And then another ruining likely. And so on and so on…
Here are some abstract paintings that have been in progress for a while.
The one on the right is looking pretty sweet. The one on the left is still battling against a bit of ‘teh mehz’.
Added some additional differences between the middle and outer pieces. Added a weird blue deletion of the central head, ala the artwork for Iron Maiden’s “Can I Play with Madness”.
The situation becomes more complicated.
Painting progress keeps on and on. The darker pinks are influenced by looking too much at the great paintings of Philip Guston.
More progress on my five small abstracts:
I’ve added some red and some pink. Red’s a fine color.
Still trying to figure out what to do with the background.
Here are five very small abstract paintings in progress.
Testing out a potentially sweet jQuery plugin for detail views of my paintings/drawings. If all goes well, I hope to implement something like this when I change the design and focus of my website toward art instead of web development. Move your mouse around over the image to try it out.
Alright, I’ve finally processed the photos from my art opening at Urban Pearl last Friday. The paintings will be up til the end of March.
Thanks for the photos, Kirby!
My two abstract paintings are still progressing. Pay more attention to the one on the left, as the right one is still a bit weird. I’m thinking they’ll be done soon…
My abstract paintings are progressing mightily. My photography skills are not.
(In Progress, of course)