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Mar 6, 2011

Gloaming, Sunday Sketches

Brainstorming for Gloaming
Working out ideas for Gloaming

While waiting with my Mother for one of her appointments, I worked out ideas for the last piece in my "Death, Birth and Identity" series.   I was trying to figure out what other elements to include and how to marry the figure at the top with those elements on the canvas.

Below is the finished piece which on view at the City Arts Gallery during the Rogue Festival.

Gloaming
Gloaming, 16 x 20 inches (40.6 x 50.8 cm)

Wishing everyone a week filled with art and love.
Stop by Sophia's blog to see more Sunday Sketches.

12 comments:

Heather said...

i like the way you sketched on the calendar!...I like the way it came out, too. i can see a foot...there. too

HarmlessColor said...

Great use of in-between time!

Sophia said...

Congratulations on your showing at the gallery. I like how you sketched your idea out on a calendar. Inspiring and gets one to thinking themselves. =)

Christine said...

so great to see your process! A wonderful work of art has been created.

Heather said...

Awesome sketch! I love it! You are just like me I draw on anything. My brain is always going.

Marlene said...

Love it Juana and congrats on the gallery show.

Lenora said...

Great explanation. Thanks! Like this!

zendotstudio said...

great piece. I love the way it looks hanging (with onlooker)

Tracy said...

VERY fun using the calendar for sketch paper...use what we have to hand, 'eh? ;o) I like seeing the difference between your calendar sketch and the finished piece. The finished piece has such elegance... beautiful work, Juana! Happy Days ((HUGS))

Sinderella Studio Designs said...

Wish I could see the entire show - your piece is EXCELLENT!
cheers, dana

Julia Christie said...

Congratulations on your show! Very exciting and I love the story this piece tells...draws you in and sets you thinking - great art!

Smiles

Tammie said...

awesome to see your beginning sketches and then what you did with it. Powerful piece. I always love seeing your simple lines... that are not simple at all.

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