Wednesday, September 21, 2011

Detail of a start


Well, who knows if this will fly...I certainly don't. It's a section of an underpainting. It's meant to be "skewed" (in case you are wondering if I'm drunk).

Unfinished underpainting detail, Celeste Bergin, Untitled, oil on 24x24 stretched canvas.

16 comments:

Sadami said...

Hi,Celeste,
You often show the process. Interesting. Thank you. Enjoy painting!
Cheers,Sadami

Dave Starr said...

will it fly? I think it will.

AutumnLeaves said...

I am loving this point of view, Celeste! Rather unique since most building pieces show the view looking skyward or straight on. I can't wait to see more!

Kim said...

It's always a mystery isn't it! You never know. Keeps us curious and striving. I really like it so far - different perspective.

suzannepaints said...

Persist! It looks quite interesting...

Marie Theron said...

Keeping us on our toes!

Casey Klahn said...

The mystery here is excellent.

L.W.Roth, said...

None of us know if it's going to fly when we start a painting, but this one sure looks like it will. I like the aerial view you've taken--also seeing your process. Thanks.

SamArtDog said...

Did it fly? Yes. Me, too.

Dan Kent said...

I love the variety in your art. It's "stylized" and intriguing & interesting even if you were drunk when you did it. ;)

hw (hallie) farber said...

Drink more--I think it's flying.

billspaintingmn said...

Not everything needs to fly~ Everything created has a purpose, if it flies, then ok, get drunk:)

Carolyn Rondthaler said...

You have my interest and attention. It will be interesting to see what develops. I am sure you will pull it off!

Carol DeMumbrum said...

Love the looking down perspective. Love it like it is, so I'm sure it will be incredible.

Sharon Wright said...

Very intriguing start, I like it!

BrandNewStudio said...

It’s always a pleasure
to see such a Wonderful Work
good creations