Painting in Oil
Horses or people, your way of painting them is always full of life! Beautiful, Susan!
Thank you so much, Judy! I love painting them both.
You are very kiind, Irina!
Your use of brown paper will bring you prizes for both Art, and Saving the planet!Great movement and poise!
I must look to see if its recycled brown paper! Thanks, John.
That is daring to use a mundane surface. You are a wonderful painter and on this not-for-fine-art surface would be frowned upon by the stuck-up among us. Not me. How do you buy that? By the roll?
I approach brown paper and newsprint with a much bolder attitude then I approach an expensive linen panel. I wish I could blindfold myself so I didn't know the difference (now, how much sense does that make?)! Yes, this brown paper is the kind used for wrapping up packages to mail - I bought it in the local pharmacy. The one problem is that it tends to curl up and I have to fight with it to get it to lay flat. I have seen pads of brown paper in the art store. I may go for that next time.
Bravo Susan!Movement, color, and so much more make this piece marvelous.I love your art and I am thrilled each time I visit your blog.Keep painting for your pleasure and for the rest of us to enjoy!Bravo again!Michael
Your comments always make me happy and inspire me to get back to the easel - thank you so much, Michael.
This is so beautiful, Susan...and with brown paper! I always enjoy your paintings..and again, love the action in this one!!!
Thank you, Hilda!
Your comments are welcome and brighten my day!