Bombers v

After a slow start doing the en grisaille on the man things really flew along and I got the basic landscape laid down with the broken up lake bed isolated in grey. It looks pretty psychedelic right now in orange (pretty cool actually) and will soon be turned white, while the presently grey sandy vista will become a tan, with some dunes. 



I must admit that I’m slightly disappointed in myself for failing to get the Aviator’s Dream face completed, but this was good work today, so it’s okay. Perhaps tomorrow I’ll start with that project before moving back to this one.

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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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2 Responses to Bombers v

  1. pearce says:

    Some themes just don’t go away. That was seven years ago. I’ll post a photo.

  2. Jonathan says:

    The ground in Bombers reminds me of when you and Casey slung mud at the back wall for Antigone, and when we came back later it had cracked and broken to pieces, but was still solid and whole.

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