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Saturday, April 17, 2010

Sir Anthony Teaches.. and other whatnot..

Tony Ryder teaching a portrait drawing demo at Artisan in Santa FE.  Crystal did a great job as the model.  Lots of hominids came to see!


I think Tony is using a metaphor here (above)..
 

For some reason all of the attending Tony Ryder School (tm) students  are not paying attention!  Toby is zoned (slightly), Mercia is wondering why I am taking a picture of everyone, Krista is wondering what that guy with the white-ish hair is doing, John is trying to control [sic] Marty and everyone else is taking judicious and copious notes!
 
Above my 4 hour allaprima of Cara.  I hope I will get another chance to work on this!


A recent cast drawing study..  about 40 hours.. will get better photo soon!



 
Dave, Dorothy in the background, Krista making egg-lets and the sun was just rising.. Taken at 7:14am on top of some Dale Ball trail in Santa Fe.  Look at those colors!  Now where is my diet pepsi ??!!!



3 comments:

pencilscribbles said...

You are so lucky to be in Anthony Ryder's workshop! I am envious!

The painting of Cara is beautiful! Amazing really for 4 hours!

Alex

rkmontour said...

totaBeautiful work ~ Randy O must be one of the most painted models in America and you have done an excellent job of capturing him.
I noted that you are using Artfix linen. Is it the L84C quadrouple-primed linen? If so , may I ask if you have experienced any problems with 'paint sliding off the canvas'? I found such a notation on Amien forum. Having just ordered a roll, I am wondering. Once again great work! Very inspiring.

rkmontour said...

Beautiful work ~ Randy O must be one of the most painted models in America and you have done an excellent job of capturing him.
I noted that you are using Artfix linen. Is it the L84C quadrouple-primed linen? If so , may I ask if you have experienced any problems with 'paint sliding off the canvas'? I found such a notation on Amien forum. Having just ordered a roll, I am wondering. Once again great work! Very inspiring.