that is looking really interesting. not the lumbar destroying posture- the painting.
Thanks Kim. This painting changes dramatically in different light, from chalky and subtle lavender-grays to fairly rich browns.
wow, i misperceived the scale of these in previous shots. great to see the w.i.p. in situ.
They also have quite a bit of variance in paint thickness and sheen, doesn't translate virtually.
I've used that position in some basement-located studio situations, too. Do you have a good strategy for keeping your knees out of your palette?
Presuming palette is between knees, wide stance?
I didn't realize those paintings were so big. BTW, would the closed door to the left be why there are no kitties traipsing through? Lisa
Naw, door is shut so I don't have to straddle it as well.
I am so behind!Nice Mahl stick.
I'm a tad embarrased at using a mahl stick on this type of painting. It was a wet paint and sweater sleeve in paint thing.
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