Wednesday, February 27, 2013

"Demo at Cary 2013 2" --- Sold

As usual, my second demo was about flowers. Also I did this one with a high key scheme. I demonstrated this painting on a Ampersand Gessobord. It show the brushwork very differently than that on a stretched canvas.

My Cary workshop was very successful. A couple of hours from now I will drive to my second North Carolina workshop location, which is in Kinston. This area is also called the Research Triangle.  Many boitech and pharmaceutical industries are located here. I am no longer technical. Otherwise, I maybe interested in visiting some of the companies.

6 comments:

Niharika said...

Dear Qiang Huang,
A query regarding your painting style. I'm an artist myself and love the way you have painted this still life. Do to paint in a way that the objects cut in geometric shapes?
My current week was also about flowers and frankly I found them to be very difficult to paint. I'm doing realistic work as of now, but would love to experiment and paint the way you have, but would need a few tips from you on how to proceed.

Thanks & Cheers
Niharika Garg

Carol Reynolds said...

Lovely painting ! Your brushwork is superb. Personally, I am beginning to prefer Ampersand panels instead of stretched canvas; especially when I do fine detail work since the panel is smooth.

Looking forward to your future posts!

Marsha Carlson said...

Enjoying your paintings very much.Yyour insightful comments about art and life and your subtle are a lift. Thank you Qiang-Huang

Marsha Carlson said...

Sorry for typos. My paintings have typos too.

Marsha Carlson said...

I meant to say.."comments about art and life and your subtle humor are a lift"

Trying to develop daily painting habit. This is very good and thank you again for sharing so generously your process and work.

Adriana Guidi said...

Lovely! I always look forward to your posts!I love your brush strokes and the new panel.