Wednesday Studio artists really focus in the studio
Tara Hamilton is drawing a scene from Venice for her watercolor painting.
Wan Lee is painting a scene of a boy fishing in a stream.
Pat Stocks is creating a pastel of an autumn scene.
Watercolorist Lynne Mallonee Schlimm is beginning a scene from Iceland.
Martha Pope is working on a pastel of a country scene.
Watercolorist Nancy Arbuthnot is working on a series of small paintings she made of tools. Besides the screwdriver in this photo, she painted a hammer and a wrench.
Eileen Leahy has been working on this pastel of a group of root vegetables. We’ve all been guessing what the vegetables are. Nominations are rutabagas, turnips, and golden beets.
Linda Norton is painting a watercolor in gorgeous colors.
Anne Shields is working on a pastel of a scene from a camping trip she took this summer on the Missouri River. The finished work is below.
Anne Shields: [Title to come]. Pastel.
Carolyn Rondthaler is creating a wash at the beginning of this watercolor painting.
Linda Andreatta has started a pastel of a raven she photographed in Ireland.
Watercolorist Kay Elsasser is a fast painter and typically starts and finishes a painting during every class (see one of her recent paintings below). As I’ve told her, I don’t know how she does it, what with holding her brush like that.
Kay Elsasser: Ruined Church, Liscannor, County Clare, Ireland. Watercolor.
Fran Tomlinson’s work on this pastel falls in the category of Ripley’s Believe It or Not, or perhaps painting the Sistine Chapel. The picture in the upper left is the photograph she is rendering in pastel; she drew a grid over it to help her render the proportions accurately when drawing it on her pastel paper. The photo in the lower left shows Fran with her drawing, last April. The other two photos are recent ones. We are all in awe of Fran’s dedication and meticulousness.
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