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Tiny Paintings Part 3

In February I made a set of eight 4″ x 4″ acrylic paintings based on photos I had taken. Now I’m showing you the finished results, in three stages.

Look here for Part 1.

Look here for Part 2.

And – I urge you to take a look at the Art Diary post chronicling their creation, if you are interested – it shows them in various stages of their production.

Here is the set of photos I worked from. Today’s focus is on the third column, on the right.

 

Allentown bridge and car.

Cars on highway.

Woman and purse at lunch table.

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Tiny Paintings Part 2

In February I made a set of eight 4″ x 4″ acrylic paintings based on photos I had taken. Now I’m showing you the finished results, in three stages.

Look here for Part 1.

And – I urge you to take a look at the Art Diary post chronicling their creation, if you are interested – it shows them in various stages of their production.

Here is the set of photos I worked from. Today’s focus is on the middle column.

 

Woman at lunch table.

Car and person at corner.

Tiny Paintings Part 1

In February I made a set of eight 4″ x 4″ acrylic paintings based on photos I had taken. Now I’ll show you the finished results, in three stages.

And – I urge you to take a look at the Art Diary post chronicling their creation, if you are interested – it shows them in various stages of their production.

Here is the set of photos I worked from. Today’s focus is on the first column from the left.

 

Restaurant kitchen and table.

Conversation at the bar.

Car and building at a corner.

Visit These Places With Me

…but if you want to go, there is no plane or train or road to them. They came from my imagination and they exist only on the boards I painted them on, and in your mind, now. So come along with me and take a look.

I like painting long views and I like to think about hiking or walking or swimming in the scenes I have painted, once I arrive there, of course…

Exploration

I hope to set foot on another planet some day. I am not sure how that will come about, but I think it would be with a sense of awe and wonder at the infinite experiences possible in our universe.

More prosaically, I hope it would be possible to pick up some rocks and bring them home. When I was young I did that (on earth, not another planet!) and had a collection. I still do it now and then, if I see something interesting. I think rocks from another world would qualify as interesting, certainly.

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Oh Those Trees Again

More trees. Each one is 6″ x 6″, done in acrylics on wood board, October, 2017.

Local Sights

These two paintings, done in November 2017, are based on locations near me and that I see so often I wonder at the fact that I still find them interesting. But I do. It’s because something small changes every day.

I’ve captured just one day in the life of these places.

As usual, I have made some changes from photo to painting, but – I think you can see the bones of the inspirations.

I’ll start with the intersection of¬†Spring Garden Street and Butler Avenue, Ambler, PA. If you follow my poetry blog you know that I have made a little occasion of photographing this intersection as I wait at the light there on my way to Montco for Poetry Marathon sessions.¬† Here’s one of those photos:

and here is the painting (acrylics, 12″ x 18″)

“Leaving Downtown”

And the second location is closer to my home – a repair shop I pass almost every day, at Jenkintown and Baeder Roads, Glenside. Photo:

and here is the painting: (acrylics, 12″ x 18″).

“Local Garage”