Tag Archives: Carol McClees
Here is the finished product! Stay tuned for my next work in progress. If you would like to see the prior two stages of this painting, you can click here: First Sitting – Second Sitting There was a much more … Continue reading
As promised, here is the product of my second sitting on Horse In Barn. I am going to have one more sitting for final touch ups and then it will be complete! It you look at the first sitting where … Continue reading
Below is the much more refined Fox after the second sitting. I have been working on painting in the details of his face. The background paint is still very rough. I haven’t painted in any details there yet, that will … Continue reading
Here is the very rough first pass at my new fox painting. I will update with a more refined fox tomorrow. At this point the painting almost looks Fauvist, but it will change and become more traditional as it progresses.
This is the rough in for my new painting. For now the title is ‘Horse in Barn’. I will update soon with the progress from another sitting. I thought you might be interested in seeing how an artist progresses through … Continue reading
I am excited to have the Northport Landing Gallery representing and showing some of my paintings. The art gallery is in Northport, just north of Camden, Maine.
A friend commissioned me to do a portait of her husband and their beloved basset hound. The picture cuts off part of the painting. That basset hound had so much expression and personality. He was a pleasure to do a … Continue reading
You can see from this picture the booth/table we had set up at the Tides Inn Art Show and Art Sale. If you haven’t been there, the Tides Inn in Irvington, VA is an absolutely beautiful hotel / inn right … Continue reading
About one week to go before the art show opening night. I just picked up one of my paintings from the photographer, “Pride of Baltimore”. Off to framer now! To compare this oil painting of the Pride, click here to … Continue reading
Jock and I sailed aboard Skean Dhu for a memorable week during the parade of sail activities celebrating the anniversary of the War of 1812. Excitement and pride for the city we live in captures the essence of our … Continue reading