Friday, December 12, 2014

Friday!

This is an underpainting. The plan is to add more paint after it dries some..and possibly a glaze. We'll see how it goes. :)
(Underpainting) Celeste Bergin, Pond, oil on 8x10 canvas panel

18 comments:

hmuxo said...

I love this underpainting Celeste! A great start to a painting.....in fact I wouldn't do too much to it....love it...

Erika Lee @ A Tiny Rocket said...

I love how mysterious it is! Happy weekend.

John Simlett said...

Underpainting, or not, the potential is there: the static energy about to become kinetic!!

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CrimsonLeaves said...

This piece has such a mysterious feel, almost ghostly. I love it!

Libby Fife said...

Moody, moody! Can't wait to see the color:)

René PleinAir said...

No don't it looks good enough this way ;-)

Sue Marrazzo said...

It is nice to see all the steps in a work of art!
It takes time, and as artists we know the hours too well.
I can't wait to see more....

Helen Moreda said...

Great start. Love watching.

mary maxam said...

This is so nice 'as is', and the possibilities have me looking forward to your next step.

Julie Ford Oliver said...

Such a neat and effective use of the notan. Can't wait to see it finished. Very powerful. Very Rembrandt era at the stage.

Polly Birchall said...

It's even atmospheric as an underpainting!

Pam Huggins said...

Gorgeous painting just as it is! I look forward to viewing your progression. Wow!!

Diana Moses Botkin said...

It does look very interesting, as is, Celeste. I know you'll figure out just the right amount to add!

Diana Moses Botkin said...

It does look very interesting, as is, Celeste. I know you'll figure out just the right amount to add!

Margaret M. Lin said...

Oooh! I like it how it is!

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Dan Kent said...

It is so dark and beautiful, with depth. I will be interested (fascinated) to see how it develops.