Saturday, May 15, 2010

Large Boston painting reveal

Looking up Berkeley Street III
Oil with a palette knife on 2" cradled board
36" x 24"

This past week I took a couple of days off of work so I could have a two day self imposed painting marathon. Although I was completely fried by Friday night, it was worth it. I was able to finish this large painting I have been working on for awhile now, phew. As well as finishing up a few others that will appear in later posts.

I had previously posted several stages of this painting and this time I was hoping to get a better sense of the size of this painting when I photographed it. The one above is on the easel which kind of shows the scale, but then I recruited Polo and shot this one too. What a hoot. Here is my painting with a hat and legs.

And here is a detail.

And an abstract close up.
It's now ready for it's debut at our June 4 art reception and show. 


Autumn Leaves said...

This is stunning, Ann. Every piece you share here on your blog just blows me away with your talent. I like seeing it with Polo holding onto it as well; it does help give a better image for the size.

padmaja said...

You are an amazing artist Ann! I hadnt seen many city scapes from this top angle, a very unique view and work too.

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