No. 9--The last roses of the season.
We've been flirting with a hard freeze in s. Ohio and I had to turn on the heat in the house last week. That means not too much is left blooming, but one of the things that are (was) is a tea rose that has gotten its second wind.
This is the 9th in a series of 100 bouquets--you can start to work back through the series at No. 8, No. 7, No. 6, No. 5, No. 4 (not on my blog), No. 3, No. 2, and No. 1. Whew. Considering that I started last March, this may take a while. Luckily, there's no deadline, it's just something I'm plugging away at doing.
It's Prussian blue, rose madder permanent, permanent yellow deep, and nickel azo yellow (all Daniel Smith) on Fabriano 140 lb cold press paper.
It was also all done w/ one brush--a 1 inch isobey sable (flat). I used to only paint with a round, but lately, I only paint with a flat. I couldn't even tell you why.
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October 28, 2017 at 05:49PM
My son texted early this morning. He'd forgotten something critical for his last cross country race. I ended up driving through the very eastern edge of Cincinnati earlier planned. Luckily, the sky was beautiful. Tinged with pink, great clouds. And, since it's the very eastern edge of the city, the scenery turned to farmland. This is my interpretation.
Paint: Daniel Smith, Phthalo Blue RS, Quin violet, Quin Gold, and Indigo
Paper is Fabriano 300 lb rough.
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October 14, 2017 at 03:43PM
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