Here is a little bit of art for Earth Day 2010 !
It has not been painted… but I was thinking it might be interesting as a mural on a wall… REALLY BIG. What do you think? Anyone want it on their wall?
Intersectional art in honor of Earth Day by Wheels
Well, I had an idea today for an interesting “sculpture” idea that was inspired by the background of a Frank Kern (internet marketing guru) video… and I sent an email to one of my favorite artists Hugh MacLeod (of Gapingvoid.com fame) to see what he thinks. (That’s his art below.)
More news will be posted here as the story develops (assuming it develops) ….
Here is my art for Valentine’s Day 2010, titled “You Are in My Heart” ….
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Prints are also available if there is enough interest. Past Valentine’s day art is also available (or it could be if you really want it).
Valentine’s Day 2007 is shown to the right >>>>
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As always, your comments are welcome below !
Here is the last blue step. A little bit of purple and it will be done.
Here is the blue circle concept applied to “After”…
I don’t think I like it. The shading seems to conflict with the solid colors for all other parts.
Not sure if I will convert it to a white circle inside the blue circle or just fill in the blue.
Decisions, Decisions, ….
Should I add the darker blue? It is a big circle to the left of the “abs” and I am concerned that it will make the painting too dark. (I like the way it is very bright right now.)
Maybe I can just make an outline of a circle…. hmmm.
What do you think?
(Leave your comments / thoughts below)
Art by Wheels
Step 5 (for this painting) is “Green” ! The large circle in the bottom left looks lopsided… but it will all make sense when I add the black.
What do you think?
Here is the last of the red…
I am nearing the end of the “Red Phase” of the painting. Since this is the most prominent color in the painting, it is easy to get a good impression of what the painting will look like.
The part I’m not looking forward to is the fine detail work which I always seem to leave until the end. On a larger painting like this one (24 x 36 inches), the scale makes it a little easier since the detail is not quite as fine.
What do you think? What is your impression of the painting so far?
Here is a picture that I created for my other blog, “The Incredible Shrinking Millionaire“, called “Rocket Snail”. That blog post talks about “Slug Mode” and “Rocket Mode” but a snail was more artistically appealing !