Today, I revisited a painting that sat for some time unfinished. It is a larger piece verse the 6″x6″ and 8″x10″ one can truly fit into a few hours per day for this challenge. I am glad to finally explore these different series and locations this past month leading me back to this original cityscape. Now I am geared with various answers to what this piece needs. Location: View of Bryant Park, New York City.
This urban view is based on my travel’s to New York City. It tends to be bitter cold to travel there in January.
It is time for my subject matter to take flight. I am heading to New Your City in my next series of about six various urban paintings. Enjoy the flight.
Today’s image is a birds-eye view as promised in yesterday’s post. Pegasus is seen here taking flight from it’s home a top of the Magnolia Hotel Dallas, Texas.
Today, I traveled closer to the home of our friend from yesterday’s post. This image captures the ground level worm’s eye view. Tomorrow, I will capture a bird’s eye view from the top. Hope to see you there. Location: Downtown Dallas, Texas.
I have painted a larger bird’s-eye view of this red-winged icon’s advantage point in the past. Today, this is the start of a new series, and I like the idea of revisiting this old friend called Pegasus. Enjoy! Location: Downtown Dallas
Capturing a slightly different view of downtown, while enjoying my looser painterly approach again today. My movement and values are evolving as I continue to play with these portraits of area buildings. Location: Downtown Dallas
Today’s Image is based on a 12-floor view in the Plaza of The Americas building. Location: Downtown Dallas, TX
Continuing with a slightly different view of this tower, while enjoying my looser painterly approach again today. My movement and values are evolving as I continue to play with these portraits of area buildings. Location: Methodist Hospital Richardson, TX