Posts Tagged “cartmell paintings”
I love to paint abstractions. Especially after doing alot of tight portrait work. These fun pieces are such a dichotomy because i paint so many traditional pieces. Some galleries and clients only want these non representational paintings. I hope you like this piece and please feel free to comment or ask questions regarding it. All [...]
This is a fast study of a little old man I saw asleep on a park bench. I did a quick sketch on paper which was not more than a gesture drawing, and tried to do the painting mostly by memory sometimes time constraints can force you into making a more honest direct statement. I [...]
This is just an example of a plein air painting I did this past summer. The sky just stopped me in my tracks. So I pulled over set up and painted this piece while driving through Mississippi. I absolutely love plein air painting and every chance I get I try to do so.
This is a painting of a moon I saw this past October. It was one of the largest moons I had ever seen and a full moon to boot! It was still light enough to see the colors in the trees and field it was over. I love painting outdoors this time of year. It’s [...]
This is a pic of my latest painting. It’s a low horizon piece at about 6 o’clock. The sun was down and causing an orange glow in the sky. Sometimes these soft light pieces are very calming and easy to look at. It’s all done in broken color in a very impressionistic style. I hope [...]
This is a painting of a fly fisherman done while in park city utah. It’s on the Weber River. It was late afternoon and the sun was flowing across the valley. I love these small studies of the effect of light on a scene. Fly fishing is one of those activities that just brings so [...]