|Painting K - Obama - May 25 2013|
To use up the left-over paint - waste not - I did this concept, think futuristic parking lot in some Tom Cruise Mission Impossible flick. They're pods, not cars.
|Painting L - ipod - May 25 2013|
In primary school when we used watercolours, I always had to draw an outline in pencil first. But on TV, artists didn't paint between the pencilled lines. In secondary school, JS1 - JS3, I mostly recall drawing and shading - pencil work - not painting. Some fun drawings - Ife and Benin heads, light plays on still-lifes...
|Painting F - Queen Kim Kardashian|
|Painting G - Footwear|
|Painting H - Still Life|
|Painting I - BIG BANG PHYSICS|
|Painting J - Twister/Tornado|
Corniche has a too-red beach/road, but I'm proud of the highway. I was proud of it, that was only my second day of painting, and I thought it was special that I made the white median by excluding black. Corniche is a real word and is the name of many scenic coastal highways e.g. Corniche el Nil (Cairo). Apparently there's one in Doha, Beirut, ...
The second image is of a person lying in bed. It took me a long time to do (few hours?) - some good browns, some strange browns.
|Painting D - Corniche|
|Painting E - Me repose|
The third makes up for this by being very tranquil - what do you think? Sol y Azul is the name of a Pasadena restaurant (maybe it's still there, there was a Buddha the food was ok, sort of Mexican if I recall?) and the title of at least one poem I wrote.
|Painting A - Red Skin Boil|
|Painting B - Virus|
|Painting C - Sol y Azul (Sun and Sky)|