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Chrystal : 1hr oil on Masonite 11x14" from Norfolk Drawing Grou

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Charlie's Cafe - Plein Air - Oil on board 12x16"

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Done!


Done!, originally uploaded by Liquidmethod.

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Charlie's cafe in progress


Charlie's cafe in progress, originally uploaded by Liquidmethod.

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Just submitted three paintings for the 2012 Easton Plein Air Prospectus!

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Rachel: 3hr pose: 16x12" oil on board: Available

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Yesterday Afternoon Painting: "Doumar's" Plein Air - 9x12 Oil on Board - Available.

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Quick Plein Air - Where I was painting today!

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Meredith: 10min 3x5"


Meredith: 10min 3x5", originally uploaded by Liquidmethod.

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Meredith 6x8" oil 20min


Meredith 6x8" oil 20min, originally uploaded by Liquidmethod.

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Meredith 16x20" oil 40min.


Meredith 16x20" oil 40min., originally uploaded by Liquidmethod.

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Large Painting (work in progress) 15th St. Pier 24x36" oil

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A birthday well spent painting with the little man!

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Great Bridge East 9x12" Oil on Masonite : Available

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Almost finished! Great Bridge Plein Air

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Progression of a vision. 3 paintings of the same subject over the years.

I thought I would show this same subject over the years of painting different versions. There are times that what I've painted is not what I had envisioned. It's a tough pill to swallow sometimes. I've abandoned paintings that I've started because I knew my vision wasn't in the painting. So far, I'm most happy with the last on the left. The one on the right has survived the impulse to stick it in the trash many times. I'm glad I held on to it, because it reminded me of what I really wanted it to be.

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Monticello Coca-Cola Bottling Plant - Plein Air - Gouache on Moleskine 8x11" - Available

This has to be my first proper plein air in gouache and my first also with more than two colors. It's approach is vastly different than oil. Colors dry, no pushing and moving thick paint. On the flip side, it is much more agreeable to me than watercolor. I can layer and cover colors. Using straight to paint works just like I would with oils. I know some use a pencil sketch underneath, but I would have gotten caught up in details that would have been covered up anyways. I'm glad I spent the extra money on designer gouache, which does have some vibrant hues. Moleskine makes a fantastic watercolor notebook. The paper is nice and sturdy and doesn't buckle as other books would have.

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Graffiti Girl Close Up


Graffiti Girl Close Up, originally uploaded by Liquidmethod.

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"Graffiti Girl" Oil on Board - 16x20"

The picture doesn't do this justice, but I'm really happy with the final outcome. I've painted this twice before, once oil the other digital. This was painted using only my last digital painting as a reference.

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Abi: 3hrs oil on board 16x12" : Available

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