Posts Tagged ‘oil painting’

© Susan Sorrell Hill

© Susan Sorrell Hill

The long work of transferring a preliminary drawing to a one-and-a-half times larger canvas is finished. Now to vacuum up the zillions of eraser crumbles in my studio’s rug and break out the oil paints! At some point, I plan to paint this image in a 16×20″ watercolor format too. Really looking forward to that one.


“Alice, Falling”  (work-in-progress, shown as the 16×20″ pencil drawing on tracing paper and also as the scaled-up watercolor pencil preliminary drawing on 24×30″ canvas)

Read Full Post »

M. Graham & Company (maker of delicious, pigment-packed artist paints in oil, acrylic, watercolor and gouache as well as walnut oil and walnut alkyd medium for solvent-free oil painting) has just announced that their first ever Online Art Competition has opened for Public Voting.

My oil painting, Parlor Persona, has been entered…and I would be infinitely grateful for your vote!

To see and vote for just my own painting, follow this link. To see all of the entries, follow this link to the voting gallery.

Voting ends November 29, 2012. Each person may vote for up to three paintings and voters may only vote one time during the voting period.

The winners will be selected solely on the number of public votesThree winners will receive $1000., $750. and $500. worth of M. Graham paints.

Thank you so much for your support!

Parlor Persona   (oil on board)

Read Full Post »

%d bloggers like this: