Storm XVI


I added some golden highlights to the rocks and to the woman, using titanium white and some transparent iron oxide. I like to scrape the two together with the palette knife, resulting in nice rich blends.



Some more definition to the box, which needs tidying up a little now. 



A touch of titanium white highlights to the sheepskin and a scrape of gold added to the buttons and triangle. 

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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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1 Response to Storm XVI

  1. Rich Brimer says:

    I really like the new Wings and the idea of ravens in this scene. However, Dr Pearce, being a man that enjoys the symbolic gesture, I am quite surprised that there are little crosses painted on the box. I quite liked it better when the opening of the box was the symbol. At least they are a bit subtle.

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