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Author: trisha

This painting, coming in at 40″ x 30″, is the largest canvas I have tackled in my short career of painting. I have to say, I thoroughly enjoyed the larger size. As a very frugal paint user, it did make me use more paint… but...

I have been learning a lot about color temperature and desaturating colors. There are cool yellows and warm blues, there are cool and warm shades of every color and knowing when and how to use them is still a lesson I am learning. I painted...

Portrait painting produces a new set of challenges, but to paint three children over the span of about 4 months and to have them still match each other, wow! This was one project where I definitely doubted myself and my abilities. But, I did finish...

With each painting I learn so much. This painting is a of our grandson, and I wanted to paint him and paint a funny face. I also wanted to begin with a blue ground to see how that would effect the overall look. Painting over...