Friday, March 30, 2012

Tarnished


Tarnished | 12 x 12 | oil on panel

M. Collier and I will be sharing the spotlight in a two person show at Tree's Place Gallery this July. I've been a huge fan of M's work for years, and I'm proud to be included in a show with an artist of such skill. "Tarnished" is the sixth piece I've done for the exhibition so far, and I'm hoping to get six more completed before the deadline. That is going to be a challenge. I may need to take Julie's advice, and stock up on Red Bull.


11 comments:

Fernanda Magalhães said...

amazing, congratulations

martinealison said...

Un travail exceptionnel et magnifique... Je vous souhaite plein de bonnes choses.
gros bisous

AH said...

Vraiment superbe, comme toujours !

UncleRabbit1 said...

You are just too damn good!

James Neil Hollingsworth said...

Hey guys, I appreciate it!

UncleRabbit1 said...

Say! Did you use the grisaille technique when you painted this?

James Neil Hollingsworth said...

Hey Uncle, I don't know what the "grisaille" technique is?

UncleRabbit1 said...

The grisaille technique is when one paints a pictures using nothing but black and white on their palette giving the illusion of a black and white photograph. The artist lets said painting dry completely and then they glaze the painting with a thin transparent color of oil paint, as if they are coloring a black and white photograph.

UncleRabbit1 said...

You didn't answer my question; did you use the grisaille technique when you painted those forks?

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