Trying an exercise with shapes.
1. I made a random shape in black
2. Carved into it with the eraser
3. Rotated it a few times to help see possibilities
4. Picked one and finished it as a solid object.
Just due to the way the things worked out, I was assigned the odds and ends of the A-Z alphabet and the 1-10 numbers. I have Y, Z, and 10.
I took Y is for Yeti (on a Yak), Z is for Zebra (zooming with Zucchini), and 10 Fish!
Each of these is 10" x 10" in gouache.
Here we go!
The set of images put together looks really great. I can't wait to see how it comes back from the printers.
The Gutman Library is on Brattle Street, on your way out of the Square. It's about a block further past the Brattle Theatre, on the right. Location on a map.
The image is a portrait of my friend James. I hung the piece before I had a chance to document it with a good photo/scan. So, I'll have to do that later when the show comes down, and I can upload the image properly.
Meanwhile, I took some photos with my camera.
Here's the painting. It's 16"x20", and made with open acrylics and gouache:
Here's a view of the show, and where it's hanging. You can also see some of the other faculty work, they are all so good!:
Plus, the view from outside:
From the sidewalk on Brattle Street, you can see the pieces through the window at night.
If you find yourself in Harvard Square, walk by and take a look :) Or just, y'know, go inside the building and see the stuff up close.
Here's some stuff:
"Dwudley" 8" x 10". watercolor, gouache, acrylic. Made for a friend of mine.
"Model" ~10" x 11". gouache, watercolor. Observed from a two-hour pose. I didn't get the model's name.
The painting group I was a part of ended shortly after this, ah well.
Some character design work from an illustration project I'm in the middle of.