Today I was wondering what a “STEEM MON” would look like, so I got creative. Back in the day, I used to have a lot of dreadlocks, and listen to a lot of reggae, so I had a dread guy stencil ready to go.
Actually, it was an old self portrait. Once I had asked @mama-pepper, “If you could have anything at all on a T-shirt, what would it be?” She replied, “You,” so I made her a shirt with me on it, after I made a self-portrait of what I looked like at the time. Today I used that as a base for my original STEEM MON T-Shirt.
Made with watercolours and water-based paint on paper. It's a vibrant shot of pink to brighten your day, I hope you can feel the energy coming through in those brush strokes!
Watercolor on gouache paper
Searching through the shadows of the mind… These early sketches are just that. Traveling through space in light…
Doorways i didn't know existed opened for me… My pictures are the records of my travels.
I love Bob Ross. I remember watching his show back in the 70's and 80's occasionally, when I was a child. I think I appreciate him more now, as an adult. People love to make fun of him or mock him, such as in this meme:
But, seriously. Have you sat down and watched any of his videos lately? They are brilliant! He was a master at painting very quickly, and in a beautiful style. His style was sort of a cross between realism and fantasy. His pictures are pleasing to the
Last night, I had a closing party for my solo show at Grand Trunk, West end Bar and lounge in Toronto. We didn't have an opening, but I managed to sell one piece this month before the party. At the party, several of my miniatures found homes, so that's exciting. I'm a happy little arteest.
Otherwise, the newest off my easel is this mosaic in the Stained Class series. From Playboy Centerfold Susan Bernard, 1960-something. I have four pieces from this series in my Grand Trunk show, which is up for another week. 1718 Queen street west, if you're interested in seeing it.
The highlight, aside from sales, last night at the party, was seeing a lady named Melissa, who specifically came out to support me at this show after having met me and my art at my opening party at Yellow House Gallery in the east end, because she loves it that much.
The lowlight was time spent talking to a 7-foot tall asshole who works for in investments for the government's IT department. A very cushy, very
Oak Creek Canyon, north of Sedona, Arizona.
”Oak Creek” 14”x20” (#3049) watercolor with Chinese White on Arches
by Lee Gordon Seebach
I painted this in transparent watercolor but then came back in with mixtures of Chinese White (opaque) to punch in some cool notes and highlights. I do the same thing with pastels, too, as needed. I am therefore definitely not a transparent watercolor purist. I figure that the art police won't bust down my studio door! To artists who adhere to purism: I think that's cool. But it's also cool to free your mind from such limitations and do whatever the heck you want to do.
I hope you enjoy seeing this painting.
More to come,
(A self portrait in charcoal I made for a class in drawing facial expressions - 2001)
“It is better to
Our century suffers from kitsch art dressed up in pretty words, called stories. Art used to stand on it's own and every viewer could read their own story into it and now people make up stories and try to create art around it...and the art in and of itself says a BIG FAT NOTHING!
Today I saw a large piece of so-called art with a couple of badly done circles and a line and some folds on paper randomly placed. Boring as hell. But then the Gallery Director told a long story of how this artist asked her young son to paint some grapes then proceeded to copy the markings he made. My first thought was that one shouldn't steal one's child art outright even if it is brilliant which this clearly wasn't and secondly if one has no inspiration of one's own as an artist one should quit and take up some other profession. On sale for 6 K at Clint Roenisch gallery.
40 x 30 in
Marking time is to do little while waiting for something that is going to happen...
The nude maja
Before 1800. Oil on canvas, 98 x 191 cm.
It follows the traditional typology of the goddess Venus lying on the bed. The first mention of this work dates from November 1800, in the description of Godoy's palace of engraver Pedro González de Sepúlveda, during his visit with Juan Agustín Ceán Bermúdez and the architect Pedro de Arnal. It hung there in an
interior gutter along with other Venus, although it did not make of it great appreciation in its Diary:
A naked Venus of Goya but without divujo nor grace in the colorful. That presence in the palace of Godoy seems to be documented in one of the Ajipedobes, violent caricatures against the Prince of Peace, early nineteenth century, in which this painting appears as an overhead decoration in his work cabinet. A La maja desnuda, and his companion, La maja dressed (P00741), Gregorio González de Azaola, a Valencian scientist and scholar, could be men
Acrylic on 30x30 cm cardboard.
I intend to specialize in painting interesting landscape in the course of my study. It remains interesting how different elements come together to form an interesting scene. Below is the original photo and my painting
Currently an undergraduate at the University studying art.
Recently found a more fun app, called evercolor. Can be downloaded through appstore. All along, I have dreamed of becoming a painter, but contrary to my expectations, I became a common technical personnel, for life. But the feeling of childhood dreams never die. Accidentally discovered this app, wake up my childhood dream. Although only a simple color, but a picture when the sense of achievement really speechless, perhaps this is the simple joy.
**This is my first graffiti, a l
Acrylic on 14x14 cm cardboards
Van Gogh is, to date, one of the most popular post-Impressionist artists due to its striking scenes and portraits so finely brushed and full of colors that cause us to fix the look instantly. Despite his surprising paintings, Van Gogh did not have an easy life. He was born in Holland in 1853, and from a young age worked in an art merchants' company, which led him to travel to many cities. It was until 1885 that he began to paint, since he previously wanted to be a pastor for the Catholic Church. When moving to Paris, his works changed due to the inspiration he received from French Impressionism, causing his color palette to become more vivid thanks to the strong sunlight of France. His style, from then on, became unique and recognized.
Much of his work was born out of his own psychiatric problems, which led him to commit suicide at a very early age and many years before being recognized as an acclaimed painter.
It's my original artwork.
Acrylic and collage on Canvas,F0(180x140mm),2017
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