Saturday, March 14, 2009

b&w 12x12 oil on canvas

I guess I stepped away from color for a bit but I'm studying the paintings of Karin Jurick and started buying some of those radiant paints that she puts on her palette she uses something like 50 colors...amazing!

6 comments:

James Parker said...

Karin uses 52 colors, I think, David :-) I commented on your blog community blog a few days ago, but there has been an entire and fairly close knit community spring up from her DSFDF challenge. And through that camaraderie, it has birthed Sheila's Art for the Animals, Michelle's Following the Masters, my own Windows to the Words, and enhanced Every Photo Tells a Story. She deserves a big hug.

David Larson Evans said...

Yes... a group hug!

Sheila said...

It's nice to see manly men self assured enough to hug.
:o)

Color is good but you really have to know what you're doing when you're doing B&W. Great job David.

Sharon Wright said...

Fabulous too, just beautiful. I love B+W, and you do it excellently.

Gwen Bell said...

Great Values study! I think B&W is so much harder than color.

Where did you purchase your radiant paints? I'm in Dallas and can't find them anywhere.

Deb Monauni said...

I love black and white work, you are amazing