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Those pink flowers are not roses, they are ranunculus. But they so much like roses. I am always looking for chances I can improve my floral paintings. This one has give me a baby step improvement.
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Sometimes, it is hard to say weather I am going too much or not. The 2nd demo is here. I feel I am so borderline now. It was fun to play the abstractness on the background, but I do wonder where this spirit of playing leads me to. Even my son comments quite often that dad is still a teenager. He just wants to play.
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Left the Deep South, I have arrived at the West Coast. This is the demo 1 I did at Springfield Oregon. I want thank Gene Costanza and the Emerald Art Center for organizing my workshop, and thanks to all artists for coming. It rains a lot here, but we had fun indoors.
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This is my 4th demo at Lake Martin: painting flowers. I put a few dogwood flowers. I don't know I did a good job on them or not.
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This is demo 3 I did at Lake Martin. It is also my favorite one. I have started to pay attention on color scheme design with this painting. The harmony of the color design on this painting was my intention.
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This is my 2nd demo at Lake Martin. Silver, brass, and porcelain.
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This is my first demo on the workshop at the Tallapoosa School of Art at Lake Martin, AL. I want to thank Dorothy and George Littleton for organizing this workshop, and thank all the artists for attending. Lake Martin is a beautiful place. If you are interested to visit and paint there, please check: http://www.tallapoosaworkshops.com.
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I was requested to do a demo at Dahlonega after my workshop. So I did this one. I have experimented a little on the composition. You have seen so many of my demo paintings, probably get bored with them because they are very similar. I decided to do this demo a little different.
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This is the last day of my Dahlonega workshop. This is my floral painting demo .
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The third demo, I have used more textures and broken colors. It was fun.
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