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My last post and painting for Leslie Saeta’s painting challenge is a nativity commission. This painting challenge has inspired me to paint with the palette knife, paint familiar subjects and some I have never attempted before AND paint everyday…which I have not grown tired of.
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Nativity

Nativity

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I am cheating, I am taking an online class AND finishing up with the 30 in 30 painting challenge. Here is a watercolor study of the famous genius Gaudi, an architect from Spain. The online class I am taking is called Studying with the Masters, becoming an apprentice. It’s a lovely class, my challenge here was to create a mosaic feel.

Study of Gaudi

Study of Gaudi

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Third day, third painting and the frigid cold inspired me to paint another snowman.
$50 5×7 oil on panel
“Heartstrings”

"Heartstrings"

“Heartstrings”

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I will learn discipline by doing this painting challenge for sure. I have a hard time being in the painting zone when I have a zillion other things to do too.
Teacups are beautiful, the curved slope of the handle, the open circular rim, and the curved sloping sides of the teacup are so delicate. I love how the fragile cup makes a tinkling sound as I place it on the saucer.
I named this little painting “My English Friend”.
"My English Friend"

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