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Monday, 29 November 2010

Barbizon Artist, Millet: The Harsh Land & Work



The French artist, Jean-Francois Millet (1814 - 1875) believed in painting outdoors. However, although a member of the Barbizon school, he would observe the outdoors and then paint it in his studio. The Barbizon artists painted realism in art. Natural scenes became the subjects of their paintings. Millet painted peasants working in rural areas: similar to his own background. He painted workers in the fields with strong light. His powerful compositions and light influenced a number of artists, i.e. Van Gogh, Sisley. In his painting, The Gleaners (around 1857), Millet painted the workers gathering wheat left behind after the reaping. He paints the harsh, dry land. His use of strong lights and shadows contributes to an emotional image. The figures are weighted down. Millet shows the peasants trying to survive.

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Friday, 26 November 2010

Black Friday Zazzle.com Sale for 5 days

I hope my American friends had a happy Thanksgiving.

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Wednesday, 24 November 2010

Achieving Space in Art - Overlap & Diagonals



There are a number of ways in painting to achieve the illusion of depth in space. Overlapping shapes and forms is one of the strongest ways to achieve space. Even though other art elements may seem more powerful, i.e. a white value shape, overlapping will take priority. Diagonal directions strongly suggest space. You can see this with linear perspective when diagonal lines converge at the horizon line (eye level). In my painting, Building in Landscape, the building overlaps the trees and this contributes to space. The building is in 2 point linear perspective. The lines and planes of the building move diagonally and converge at the horizon line also adding to a sense of space. The path is diagonal and changes from a thick to a thin shape and it forms a diagonal shape leading behind the building. In my prior post about India’s Maharaja Exhibit at the Art Gallery of Ontario viewers see an emphasis on the picture plane and not depth in space. There are other art elements and techniques artists use to achieve depth in space.

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Monday, 22 November 2010

India's Maharaja Exhbit in Canada at the Art Gallery of Ontario



I saw the exhibit, Maharaja: The Splendour of India’s Royal Courts at Toronto’s Art Gallery of Ontario (AGO, on until April 3, 2011). The exhibit includes paintings, furniture, jewellery and more made for India’s kings. I became interested in the paintings done before British colonial rule. The paintings reminded me of ancient Egyptian and Asian art. Many figures were in profile. There was little if any modeling of figures, linear or atmospheric perspective. The paintings were decorative with a focus on the picture plane and flatness instead of depth in space and the third dimension. Instead of linear perspective there was a vertical elevation of objects on the picture plane. The royal figures were seen with a nimbus around the head; larger than other figures, or twice in the painting. The exhibit is well worth a visit as it shows a different style from western art. It also highlights India’s history. There is a link to the AGO on this site.

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Friday, 19 November 2010

Zazzle.com Sales on Items with my Art

Buy items with my art. This is the last Friday 4 hours sales at Zazzle.com. 60% off greeting cards and 50% off bags, mugs, bumper stickers, posters/prints, ornaments, apparel, business cards, buttons and invitations. The sale is from November 19, 2010 at 12:01pm Eastern Time until November 19, 2010 at 4:00pm ET. The sales do not apply to custom frames or screen printed apparel.

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Degas, Master Artist of Composition: His Painting, "Cirque Fernando"



This painting is by French master artist, Edgar Degas. Miss Lala at the Cirque Fernando was painted in 1879. Degas is known for his striking compositions. In this painting, we view the figure from below. The figure’s location in the upper left and close to the picture plane increases depth. The architectural structure, i.e. the repetition of windows, provides movement. Degas emphasized light and color. Color and brushstrokes are seen in the clothing and shoes.

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Wednesday, 17 November 2010

Luminous Light on a Detail from my Painting, The Boat



This is a detail from a painting I am doing. The detail is my focal point, a boat. Again, I wanted to focus on luminosity. The light is from the left side and the light is best to paint as a glow from within the object, the left side of the outer boat. The right inside of the boat is also receiving light. These sides have been glazed with layers of warm yellow, orange and red (transparent layers over transparent dry layers). I plan to adjust the color on the left side of the outer boat. The bench, oar, bottom and back of the boat are painted with a muted blue green to enhance my pure light colors (hues). There are no dark values so contrast of intensity (saturation) is enhanced. The top edges of the boat are painted a muted light violet blue to reflect the color of the sky and contrast with the luminous light.

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Monday, 15 November 2010

Gustave Klimt & Secession Art, The Three Ages of Woman



The artist, Gustav Klimt, was born in Vienna in 1862. This work is titled, The Three Ages of Woman (1905) and is oil painted on canvas. Klimt was famous for the gold and silver in his mosaics. His work is 2 dimensional and flat on the picture plane. This painting is based on the Vienna Secession style; a movement influenced by factors such as Japanese woodcuts and impressionism. The movement included painters, sculptors, and architects. The artists disagreed with existing conservatism and wanted to paint outside the restrictions of academic tradition. In Klimt's painting, the colourful background is abstract and enhances the 3 figures. The woman with beautiful skin and red hair is lovingly holding the delicate child. The older woman has a hunched posture. Her aged skin and bowed head made some viewers uncomfortable.

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Friday, 12 November 2010

40% Off Calendars at Zazzle.com

There is a new Zazzle.com sale. 40% off all calendars. The sale is until November 30, 2010 at 11:59 pm, Pacific Time. The code is in my shop announcement.

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Luminosity, A Style of American Painting






I wrote in prior posts about luminosity in my paintings. Luminous techniques achieve a glow from within an object. However, luminosity was also an American style of painting during the 1850s to the 1870s. Artists painted with luminous techniques in landscapes and seascapes. These artists painted during the time of the Hudson River School and their paintings were often considered impressionist although techniques and results are different. Artist, John F. Kensett’s above paintings, Bash- Bish Falls (1857) and Niagara Falls and the Rapids (1851-1852), show this luminosity. In his painting Bash-Bish Falls, we see the luminous color between the background rocks and also on the rock in the back left. The lower sky in his painting, Niagara Falls and the Rapids, is luminous and atmospheric. Luminosity is breathtaking when light is part of the subject. I used light shining on my orange slices in my painting, Orange, Grapes and Plate, to achieve the glow shining from my slices. The orange slices were surrounded by a muted complement see prior posts). A single layer of paint does not create luminosity. Repeated layers of transparent paint are used over dry layers.

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Wednesday, 10 November 2010

Canada's Remembrance Day is on November 11



Tomorrow is Canada's Remembrance Day. We wear the poppy and honour the members of the armed forces who fought and continue to fight for us. They provide us with peace and security. I thank you for my life and my freedom. I will remember.

In Flanders Fields
By: Lieutenant Colonel John McCrae, MD (1872-1918)
Canadian Army

In Flanders Fields the poppies blow
Between the crosses row on row,
That mark our place; and in the sky
The larks, still bravely singing, fly
Scarce heard amid the guns below.

We are the Dead. Short days ago
We lived, felt dawn, saw sunset glow,
Loved and were loved, and now we lie
In Flanders fields.

Take up our quarrel with the foe:
To you from failing hands we throw
The torch; be yours to hold it high.
If ye break faith with us who die
We shall not sleep, though poppies grow
In Flanders fields.


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Monday, 8 November 2010

Circular Compositional Structure in My New Painting



In a prior post I discussed luminosity and illumination from 2 light sources in my above painting. The painting’s compositional structure is circular. The shape of the grapes curves around the plate. The diagonal shapes of the orange slices and the cast shadow on the left adds animation to the painting. The close up view also adds animation. The measurable centre of the painting is approximately mid way and at the bottom of the centre orange. The balancing centre is the 2 front orange slices; close to the measurable centre as expected. Since the compositional structure is a circle, there is movement around the outer edge of the picture plane. There is only a little movement in depth because of the overhead view.

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Friday, 5 November 2010

Up to 50% Off Hoodies at Zazzle.com

Zazzle.com sale. 50% off hoodies until November 5, 2010 at 4:00 pm, Eastern Time. 20% off hoodies from November 5, 2010 at 4:00 pm, Eastern Time until November 7, 2010 at 11:59 pm, Eastern Time. Buyers can customize items in my shop. Search "shirt" and choose a design. Customize shirt style for hoodie. The code for sales is in my shop announcement. Offers may not be combined with any other Zazzle promotional offers. If a volume discount applies, buyers receive either the discount set forth in this offer or the standard volume discount, whichever is greater.

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Painting Luminosity and Illumination from 2 Light Sources



I am working on the above painting. In prior posts, I wrote about art techniques to obtain luminous colors and illumination. In this painting, I wanted the orange slices to be luminous. Pure light hues glow from within the orange slices. Dark values (gray scale) are not near the pure orange slices; particularly the slice on the far right side. There is no white in my painting. The oranges’ rinds are glazed with a pure yellow orange color (hue) over white. If strong darks or white were near my orange slices, luminosity would be reduced. To achieve luminosity, the high intensity (saturation) of the orange slices needed to be beside a muted complement that is close in value. I was also excited about the illumination from both sides of the set up. Most paintings only have 1 light source shining on the objects. In my painting there are 2 light sources from opposite sides. The light shining from the right side is stronger than the light from the left side. I find the pattern of cast shadows attractive from this overhead view. One light source on objects should be stronger than other light sources.

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Wednesday, 3 November 2010

The Artist, Picasso, & The Start of Cubism



The Spanish artist, Pablo Picasso, developed several art approaches. His painting, Les Demoiselles d’Avignon (1907) is the beginning of Cubism. The painting is from the first analytical cubist stage. The figures are separated into parts and constructed to show several viewpoints. The faces are diverse masks. The face on the left is early Egyptian art. Shapes lack depth and are on the picture plane. The Cubist artists wanted to show all sides of an object instead of a single view.

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Monday, 1 November 2010

Value, Intensity, Focal Point & More in My Landscape Painting





This is my painting, Cottage in Landscape. You can see in the gray scale image the major dark values; the roof, windows and fence. The light is shining from the left side. The muted blue violet color and the yellow color (hues) are complements and enhance each other; the pure yellow hue is chiefly enhanced. Because of the high contrast between the dark and light values, intensity and luminosity of the yellow hue are reduced. The yellow plane of the cottage does not glow. In my previous post and painting, The Poppy, I wanted & achieved luminosity. The color temperatures of the grass and sky ensure a dominant cool temperature. The dark fence leads in toward the cottage, my focal area. The building is in 2 point linear perspective. The background trees prevent the viewer from getting lost in the background. I prefer luminosity and intensity contrast for my paintings.

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