Friday, July 23, 2010

Getting ready for this Sunday's Portrait Workshop

Every time I conduct a water color, acrylic, or whatever workshop, i paint what we will be painting workshop time. This female study will be painted by me and my workshop students this Sunday.

14 comments:

AutumnLeaves said...

She's gorgeous, David!

Ann Rogers said...

Fabulous, this will be a "hard act to follow"!

L.Holm said...

gorgeous!!

David Lobenberg said...

Glad you like her, Autumn, Ann, and L.

Stephie Butler said...

Stunning...I love your use of colour, just wish I could be as brave...

Arti said...

Wow! One of the best, David.Incredible!

http://www.onpainting.wordpress.com said...

This is just lovely. I like the pose, drawing and great dramatic coloring.

Javier Ona said...

Hi David, I admire your watercolors portraits, most of all your brilliant colours. I´d like to assist to one of your workhops but the distance from Spain..

Many thanks for your lovely comment at my blog.

Best wishes. Javier Ona

meera said...

dramatic and colorful !!!

David Lobenberg said...

Thank you Bill (Onpainting)!

David Lobenberg said...

Javier, Mucho gracias amigo!

David Lobenberg said...

Thanks, Meera!

Anonymous said...

I'm studying this piece at school as part of my gcse analysis task and think it's beautiful, I tried to interpret this piece but in acrylic paint but it's no where near as good as this, it's amazing David, I was wondering what inspired you and who your influences were?

David Lobenberg said...

Anonymous, These are "Expressive" colors as opposed to "Natural" colors. As long as the expressive colors correspond to the original, natural value patterns on the face and are somewhat harmonious, they will work together quite well. Good luck in your studies.