oil paint on a wooden panel 9" x 12" (2011)
Monday, August 29, 2011
Sunday, August 28, 2011
In continuation to the former post, this piece represents the second portion of my contribution to the "Lifelong Aids Alliance". Interestingly enough, the unprimed surface of this wooden panel is smooth rather than granular--something I've come to appreciate direly.
EMBRACING THE PRESENT
oil paint on a wooden panel 9" x 10" (2011)
Posted by GREENLINH at 10:30 PM
Feeling inevitably crunched for time represents a common motif in today's society...but as long as one completely enjoys the ride, time itself ostensibly ceases to exist (relative to the individual). Per request, this first piece (in a series of three) will serve as a contribution to a charity benefit organized by a few friends of mine. Looks like the race against the clock begins right about...now! Never thought I'd say this, but being jet-lagged from Europe is actually helping quite a bit.
oil paint on a wooden panel 9" x 9" (2011)
The unexpected, granular texture of the wood in this particular panel makes applying paint disappointingly difficult...but it's a learning process. First time for everything, right? :-)
Posted by GREENLINH at 9:28 PM