Sunday, March 27, 2011

Jazz Man - SOLD

Acrylic on 9x12 canvas sheet -- ORIGINAL SOLD!
Prints available through Fine Art America



A second painting done for the challenge A Day Not Wasted. Couldn't let Lee's great photograph get past me without doing the face of this great sax player!

And a second painting done over the weekend, this is for Paint & Draw Together challenge. Titled "Red Rose & Vase" - I tried something different with this and I'm not sure it's working for me, but thought I would post. Let me know what you think.




Both paintings are 9x12 acrylic on canvas

5 comments:

AutumnLeaves said...

Nancie, you did an awesome job on this sax player. I was so struck by Lee's photo that I really wanted to do this challenge also. Then got scared by the fact that it was a human form and face, which I am not very good with (though occasionally I do take this type of subject on just to get better at it). I thought your piece was a photo in my thumbnails. As to the second piece, it kind of grows on me the longer I look at it. There is something yummy in its simplicity; it isn't overpowering at all. It reminds me of when I was a kid and we would do a big design of all different colors then lay black crayon over top. Then we would scratch away the black with a bobby pin in whatever drawing we chose and would end up with a colorfully drawn artwork.

jill polsby said...

Wow! Love what you did the second time with the sax man. Betcha you win the apron this month!! Good job.

hmuxo said...

Love Jazz man! Beautifully done. I'm looking forward to your next piece.

Karla said...

This is wonderful Nancie!

Virginia Floyd said...

What a wonderful painting! I love the lights and darks--the light on the had and on the sunglasses are awesome. And I really like this background. Very unusual and interesting.

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