This painting is a repeat again using the Zorn palette. Photo reference from PaintMyPhoto website.
Still marching on with the Thirty Paintings in 30 Days – Day Twenty-Five
I discovered I love to paint blueberries. They seem dull at first..hardly any colors or values. Just this big blue blob. But looking closely there’s so much more color. Variation of blues, a touch of red, bluish white for the highlights. The big red “thing” didn’t quite work for me. Anyone know what it is?
And again I used colored papers.
Painting 22 of 30/30 challenge.
Found this lime on the street.
My husband said that I have my own style. I knew I did but it did not hit me until he said it. Now no need to imitate.
Painting 21 of the 30/30 challenge was painted from a live model. Again using the Zorn palette.
Back to colored paper. Painting 20 of the 30/30 challenge.
#16 of 30/30 Challenge.
This painting was done from a pencil drawing of a live model.
Painting 15 of the 30/30 challenge.
Photo reference from VitruvianStudio.com. Zorn palette.
Day 14 of the 30/30 Challenge.
Continuing to use only the Zorn palette
Still continuing on with 30 Paintings/30 Days Challenge. Painting #13.
Last month I took a workshop by Felicia Forte on alla prima portrait painting. She used the Zorn palette – titanium white, ivory black, cadmium red and yellow ochre. Since then I practically painting a portrait every day. Here’s one of my better ones.