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Sunday, November 21, 2010

Something unfinished that I hope .. to..

Victoria - our night pose at the Guild..  lots to do still..

Graphite and white chalk on toned, speckled paper..


Below a quick alla prima of my portrait partner for the swap at WC:  8 x 10" on linen







Sheila Work in progress at the Guild..

9 comments:

Sandra said...

Nice !!! I would like to see you Finish them all, bty !!!CHeezzinnnn :)

Ariel said...

Wow Kevin!
you are producing really terrific works! Congrats!

how is going the experience at the Guild? Judging for your work, awesome!

paac said...

Really beautiful stuff Kevin!

Jason Steffler said...

I very much like the temperature range on your alla prima

Janet said...

Hi
I am impressed with your work and I find you a bit of an inspiration. I recently quit my job to pursue painting so relate to your quest. I have an enormous amount of work to do and would appreciate your advice on useful workshops. I am a figurative artist living and working in Ottawa Canada - where the level of instuction is not very high so I am desperate for a good teacher.

Kan Muftic said...

so glad I found your blog, since I don't go to CA.org anymore.
great and inpiring work, Kevin.

The Art of Kevin Wueste said...

Thank you all for your comments! Janet, if you send a comment with your email I can respond or my email is published here I think.. somewhere..
Workshops - the good, you can spend some time with amazing teachers; - the bad: they are expensive and too short.. that is my opinion most of the time, my workshops with Camie Davis, Rob Liberace, Hope Railey and Tony Ryder (and MIchael Grimaldi) would go against that grain however - learned a ton and would go to them all again !

Justina (haejin) Son said...

wow I really like this! thanks for the inspiration!

Sandra Heading said...

Did you ever finish these !!!! ;) I come back to look and slink around in such beauty , for the most part I think you had something rather very special in that first pose , I can look at this much Wiser and appreciate how hard you would have worked on that drawing ~That and I love Graphite more then anything ....I think ...A