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kaholatingtong

Trad climber
Nevada City
Aug 4, 2014 - 01:11pm PT
this thread is awesome. MTnMun, fairly certain i have seen some of your rad works in person before but i cant entirely place them yet. local restaurants? hmm
EdBannister

Mountain climber
13,000 feet
Aug 5, 2014 - 01:47am PT
Credit: EdBannister
Swept Away
Dingus Milktoast

Gym climber
Maestro, Ecosystem Ministry, Fatcrackistan
Aug 5, 2014 - 06:04am PT
I was going to call out a couple of prime efforts but then I started the ole 'but I have to say something about x's work too@' etc. etc. etc. wow.

These latest contributions are just more (MORE!) reasons to view this thread. But I simply can't resist:

KabalaArch - sweet work on that interior. The mind boggles at the money involved in a ski shack ;) Those people? I'm not from the same gene pool, I suspect.

Mtnmum - as always I'm stunned and pleased by your bear paintings. Perhaps some day I might afford a small one. Do you sell your 'seconds?' :D

DMT
bc

climber
Prescott, AZ
Aug 5, 2014 - 08:02am PT
If you haven't been to the Sorolla exhibit at the San Diego Museum of Art yet - do it! The most fearless painting I've ever seen. Genius.
Give yourself plenty of time. I may never approach painting the same again after seeing this show.
Credit: bc
Credit: bc
Credit: bc

Edit: The middle painting is large - 7'x10'! Many of the works in the show are very large. The bottom painting has some amazing brushwork. The highlight in the girl's shoulder is a single stroke of thick, nearly white paint. Bold!
bc

climber
Prescott, AZ
Aug 5, 2014 - 08:45am PT
Some new work
Hour of Shadows 36x48
Hour of Shadows 36x48
Credit: bc
Desert Fire 24x30
Desert Fire 24x30
Credit: bc

bc

climber
Prescott, AZ
Aug 5, 2014 - 09:47am PT
KabalaArch, I sense a bit of Louisa McElwain in Janice's work. Very nice.
She did large plein air works out of the back of her truck, often painting with her fingers, trowels, all sorts of stuff. Wish I had gotten the chance to meet her. Seemed like a cool artist.
("...like sex on the beach..." I'm going to steal that line!)
Louisa McElwain
Louisa McElwain
Credit: bc
Nice studio shot and painting, Paul. Reminds me I should be in the be studio now...
Jim Clipper

climber
from: forests to tree farms
Aug 5, 2014 - 09:52am PT
art of kung fu ... hustle?
art of kung fu ... hustle?
Credit: Jim Clipper







http://www.cnn.com/2014/08/01/world/asia/toad-jiang-zemin/
Nate D

climber
San Francisco
Aug 5, 2014 - 10:27pm PT
GREAT recent posts!
KabalaArch

Trad climber
Starlite, California
Aug 5, 2014 - 10:42pm PT
yeah bc - "like a surgeon short on anesthesia, the plein air artist has to work fast!"

Once the family took a roadtrip out to Canyonlands N.P., in August. Janice's field kit includes a painter's sun parasol, which needed to be augmented with the shade of the outhouse. Did 4 small studies of Moses in an hour or so, each one of completely different chroma to keep up with the light.

Why we chose August for Canyonlands is beyond me. We could have just as easily picked, say Badwater, and saved the gasoline! Over on the White Rim side, the chillun's and I did out best to make ourselves as one with the sparse shade of a 4 foot juniper while Janice cooked up some more work. The only time we could ramble were the last 2 hrs before sunset, and during this window I was able to conduct the entire family down onto the floor of Monument Basin 3rd Class - including my 5 yr old son - and up to Standing Rock for a look see.

Then, from the Rim, we trundled a large watermelon Janice had stuffed in the Cherokee at the last - Revenge was sweet! (and kinda sticky) Made a very satisfying red explosion on impact.

It's always struck me that the key to canyonland paintings is to somehow capture the air itself, and your work is telling in that regard, really good depth of field.

neebee

Social climber
calif/texas
Aug 6, 2014 - 10:04pm PT
hey there, say, kabalaArch...

as to plein air, i had just recently seen stuff by this gal...
not sure if i shared a link, back here, or not... as, i did on facebook and might have mixed them up... which i did, or not...

here are some neat links...

http://rosepleinair.com/#paintingvideodemos

http://rosepleinair.com/video
neebee

Social climber
calif/texas
Aug 7, 2014 - 03:37am PT
hey there say, bc... wow, thanks for the note, as to sorolla...
i really enjoyed this stuff of his... the WHITES...

here is a link for a collection of yahoo images...

https://images.search.yahoo.com/search/images;_ylt=A0LEVzPhVeNTCFEAnx5XNyoA;_ylu=X3oDMTB0cTA1N3VzBHNlYwNzYwRjb2xvA2JmMQR2dGlkA1ZJUDM4NF8x?_adv_prop=image&fr=moz35&va=Sorolla

bc

climber
Prescott, AZ
Aug 7, 2014 - 07:18am PT
Thanks for another plein air quote, kabalaArch!
Getting the values correct is a great way to sell depth and a sense of space in a landscape. Your Canyonlands trip sounds like a good one. Is there a bad time to visit there?! Painting in the heat is better than in the cold, IMO.

neebee, thanks for the links. I've see Roos work before. Would love to paint with her someday.
lars johansen

Trad climber
West Marin, CA
Aug 7, 2014 - 11:07am PT
Very interesting painting by Louisa McElwain.
lars
ShawnInPaso

climber
Paso Robles, CA
Aug 7, 2014 - 11:16am PT
Ediza Lake - Scott Dienhart
Ediza Lake - Scott Dienhart
Credit: ShawnInPaso

http://www.artbyscott.net/index.html

phylp

Trad climber
Millbrae, CA
Aug 7, 2014 - 04:13pm PT
Here are a few of my favorites from my recent trip to London. These are from the Tate Britain. What a great Museum! The entire wing devoted mostly to JMW Turner was fantastic.

JMW Turner
JMW Turner
Credit: phylp

JMW Turner
JMW Turner
Credit: phylp

Joshua Reynold -  Master Crewe as Henry VIII
Joshua Reynold - Master Crewe as Henry VIII
Credit: phylp

Clausen - Brown Eyes
Clausen - Brown Eyes
Credit: phylp

Francis Bacon
Francis Bacon
Credit: phylp

Blake - Self Portrait with Badges
Blake - Self Portrait with Badges
Credit: phylp
phylp

Trad climber
Millbrae, CA
Aug 7, 2014 - 05:00pm PT
Here are a few from the Tate Modern:

Proctor Morning 1926
Proctor Morning 1926
Credit: phylp

Kandinsky Lake Starnberg
Kandinsky Lake Starnberg
Credit: phylp

a Donald Judd
a Donald Judd
Credit: phylp
neebee

Social climber
calif/texas
Aug 8, 2014 - 10:06pm PT
hey there say, phylp... wow, love the portrait of the little girl... love to know that there are so many ways... it is okay to do them 'how one feels' at the moment...

dark shadows, etc.. or not...

pastel type feel... or deep carved feel...

very nice sweet stuff...

many times, i dislike some of mine, due to various parts not being how
clear, etc, that others may do ... i've seen many portraits that are like these pastels, and it encourages me, if mine are not so 'perfect in the eyes or etc, in some way...

they can be soft, light, heavy, shadowy, or however we feel :)
whewww... :) makes me less concerned that i am not progressing, :))


oops, forgot:

here is really neat link... like the feel of the various parts and how they relate...
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UkB1H3MGAJA
this just in

climber
north fork
Topic Author's Reply - Aug 8, 2014 - 10:18pm PT
Nice Phyl, would love to see Bacon's work in person. Blake and Kandinsky too.
mouse from merced

Trad climber
The finger of fate, my friends, is fickle.
Aug 14, 2014 - 01:16pm PT
By Mary Selfridge, Texas artist (on FB).

Buffaloes by Mary Selfridge.
Buffaloes by Mary Selfridge.
Credit: mouse from merced

I have this old print on good paper. Worn, creased slightly. I haven't any recollection of whose it was or how I came to have it,
but I think it belonged to my wife, who was part Yaqui.

I have given this a slight contrast since it's light in tone. It will likely show up better on the screen that way, I hope.
Byran

climber
San Jose, CA
Aug 17, 2014 - 07:02pm PT
This has been making the rounds on Facebook lately. Pretty cool



And another one by the same guy

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