Friday, April 19, 2013

"Living by the Water" --- Sold


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Back for several days from workshop teaching, I have resumed my painting and learning. I was left at studying grey colors with landscapes, especially Chinese water towns. This is my third painting of Zhouzhuang from photographs. I have gained a little more confidence about grays, so I can go a little larger. This one is 8" x 10". I used pretty much the same gray scheme I used in the previous painting. This painting is a little tight, because I was unsure about too many things. I did many experiments. It was a lengthy process. I am glad I did this. This painting has revealed too much that I don't know.

4 comments:

Lisa Graham said...

I would never know that there are any skills lacking here. I thinks it's beautiful and serene and poetic.

Garibaldi Maritime Museum said...

Your landscapes give an incredible sense of place.

Kathryn Gray said...

Qiang, Please know that you are inspiring and so talented! Your humility and words are comforting! Thank you, it's hard work, keep it up! Kathryn

Jerry Stocks said...

I cannot tell what you don't know. This is one beautiful painting.