Thursday, November 12, 2009

"Study with Carolyn Anderson 2"

This is the second portrait I did at the Carolyn Anderson's workshop. I think I like this one even better. This one is more accurate and solid. It is not as loose as the previous one, but the accuracy is more important. Don't you agree?

7 comments:

horsthh said...

Very well done, is this portrait from a live model?

Carolyn Finnell said...

Oh, yes. This is wonderful.

George Carr said...

There is beautiful unity to the painting. The solid forms of the head emerge gradually from the surrounding space, as though molecules in the air are coalescing to form the head. Very lovely.

Jo Castillo said...

Another winner. I love the lost edges and lines. Sigh.....

Diane Hoeptner (hep-ner) said...

Oh yes, this is beautiful. ...and if you caught a good likeness it's even more exquisite.

Nora Mackin said...

Very well done. Loving the colors you used in her face.

juan herrador granero said...

TODA TU OBRA ES MAGISTRAL.TE FELICITO.JUAtN.