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I am pleased to share with you “April,” a new piece I just finished this week. It is an oil on board piece, 10″x12″, with accents (in the sky) of pure silver leaf. Throughout the process of creating this piece, the posing of the models, the setting, the mood, I took inspiration from Rococo themes and atmosphere. Also, the colors and gestures used in Alexandre Cabanel’s “Birth of Venus” informed the colors in particular.
This piece will be the first that I am sure I want to exhibit at PAFA’s Annual Student Exhibition next year, as part of my thesis exhibition. More are in the works! 🙂
I love the look and colors of this painting. Nice job! Beautiful Tulip trees.
I do consider all of the ideas you’ve presented to your post.
They’re very convincing and can definitely
work. Still, the posts are too quick for novices. May you please prolong them a little from subsequent time?
Thanks for the post.
Jessica Libor said:
Thanks so much! I will keep your request in mind. What kind of techniques are you interested in learning?