As the Crow Flies xviii

Hurrah! I finished painting crows, so apart from getting the eye hooks into the backs of the panels and a little touch up work to the painting the piece is hang-able.

There’s a lot of gold in this show.

I must paint the seated figure more tomorrow. There’s a healthy chunk of time available for work, so I’m looking forward to getting it done. I never did get past the first two layers of paint on him, and there are some very dodgy gold leaf areas on the main panel that I’d like to fix. I’d also like to add a few birds close to the figure, so they are emanating more from him.

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Michael Pearce is an artist, writer, and professor of art. He is the author of "Art in the Age of Emergence."
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