Thursday, September 24, 2015

Clouds Departing

 Clouds Departing
seen from an estate by the sea in Cushing, Maine
on September 11, 2015, sketched plein air on September 11, 2015
18" x 14", Winsor & Newton and Holbein watercolors, and
Uniball waterproof fade proof ink on 140 lb. Fabriano Artistico
cold press rough 100% cotton watercolor paper
online at my art blog HERE where you may leave a comment

sold framed, $200 plus $11.00 sales tax plus $13.00 shipping = $225.00

Also online at Leslie Saeta's Thirty Paintings in Thirty Days HERE

 Photo by David Dewey of (left to right)
Bruce McMillan (foreground),
Mike Mecklenburg and Joe Dinapoli painting

David Dewey
Watercolor Workshop Day 2

Afternoon Critique in Cushing, Maine
by the Sea at a Private Estate
September 11, 2015

Photo using camera painting motion
of David Dewey during the afternoon critique
in Cushing, Maine on September 11, 2015
With a Pencil

This artist draws,
form in space on
paper. Paint soars,
brushing, white gone.

Then this artist
draws again, pause,
thought, paper is kissed
by brush, applause

of color, as
pencil lines are
lost, pencil has
left its mark, "ah".

by Bruce McMillan
text and photo using camera motion painting
© 2015 Bruce McMillan

Clouds parted for our always informative and entertaining
afternoon critique with David Dewey

Portrait of David in yellow and black
(using no camera painting motion)
David, the visual poet with words, speaks with his hands.

"Form makes space. Space makes form."
Art of Ruth Kaldor.

Ruth Kaldor enthralled by
David's comments on her art of this day.

"The back pushes the foreground forward.
That's what happened in Óskar's painting yesterday."

Hands on critiquing, "Wow, stormy."
On Bruce's morning sketch in the afternoon sunlight.

"Deliberately, accidentally, don't
need much of a subject to paint."

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