Sunday, September 18, 2011

Newbury Street-off to a good start

I worked on this large painting (18" by 24") of Newbury Street, Boston while working at The Art Gallery at Patriot Place this weekend. I'm excited about how it's coming along so far and anxious to get back to it. I think it's interesting to see see paintings in progress, and I will post the completed painting soon!

7 comments:

polodidit said...

Very nice, mon amour!

AutumnLeaves said...

I love old buildings with those bay type windows. This is looking marvelous and I look forward to seeing it when it is completed!

Carrie Jacobson said...

I love seeing the paintings in progress - and am always tempted to leave them somewhat in progress... with some of the drawing showing, some of the canvas bare. There's something so entrancing about that! At any rate, this feels very much the way I remember Newbury St. Fun!

Kim Morin Weineck said...

Yay, Ann! Love the big size and love seeing it in process. The best thing about that gallery is the work everyone is producing while there. Brava!

Bill Fogle said...

Exciting! You don't start with a brush, do you? I never painted w/ knife so don't know the drill.

Gail Sauter said...

Ooooo, Anne, this one rocks!!

Ann Gorbett said...

Hey-thanks everyone for your nice comments. Bill-I usually do start my paintings sketching it out with my palette knife first, but I sketched this one with pencil because I wanted to make sure I got all of the buildings (and windows!) in.

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