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.
Acrylics on wood board, 12/17, 16″ x 16″.
A couple of collaged figures on recycled-cardboard postcards.
Would you ever guess their wardrobe comes from
Architectural Digest? Ask that guy on the left, I think he’s trying to tell you something…
Here are some more people hopping in the car for a road trip.
I based the composition on the photos I have been taking at the intersection of Butler Avenue and Spring Garden Street in Ambler, PA, on my way to
Poetry Marathon sessions at Montgomery County Community College. I’ve sort of gotten a tradition going of photographing this intersection as I wait at the light there.
Here’s the intersection:
And here is the tile.
Let’s pretend we are this lady and relaxing at home. Ahhh…
Clay tiles, Velvet underglazes, fired at cone 06, December 2017.
Acrylics, 12″ x 18″ on wood board, December, 2017.
Are they really saying anything?
Mail art postcards, 2017.
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