Slide show overload?

It’s been a while since I temporarily disappeared from the blogosphere, but it was for a good reason. I’ve been working my little artist buns off churning out more Sky Pads for the September gallery opening. And, the finish line is in sight!

Here’s an update since the last post. We left off at number 6 completed. Since then I’ve completed 7 through 10 and 11 is waiting in the wings.

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Sky Pads 11, initial wash. This is the B-I-G one, 4 feet by 5 feet.

Sky Pads 11, initial wash. This is the B-I-G one, 4 feet by 5 feet.

Number 10 invokes my sense of a rainy day. Maybe because that’s what it’s been like around here lately? I think number 11 will have some of that same feel to it, although I can never predict what will present itself as I work through the process. Number 9 is a bit of a throwback to number 1, which I find interesting as I hadn’t really intended to revisit the first painting. It just sort of knocked on the door and then came right on through. I really like how the same colors in both paintings express different moods.

More to come, just as soon as I manage to wrestle 20 square feet onto a painting table…(hint–I can’t use my regular table, it won’t fit.)

About Alli Farkas

Equine and landscape artist specializing in rural Americana
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One Response to Slide show overload?

  1. ha.. the ‘sorry no middle photo.’ made me laugh.. often i reach the end and realize i’ve not taken the first photo! great series!

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