Posts tagged ‘brushwork’
March 3, 2013
September 1, 2012
These are paintings from my latest one week long trip to Vysočina – most precious corner of the world to me.
Do you like them? Share your opinion with others and leave a comment bellow!
August 14, 2012
Subject of forest interiors have always been one of my favourite and one of the most difficult at the same time. It can be quite a challenge to organize that visual chaos into a readable statement. But hey, what artist would I be if I didn’t try to capture those serene feelings which pine forests offer?
What do you think. Are these paintings success?
July 16, 2012
This is the rest of the paintings from June 2012 which I haven’t shared yet.
June 26, 2012
I would say that ponds are very significant sign of my country. Wherever you go, you probably soon find one. And the best is that they are so paintable!
June 19, 2012
Three brand new paintings for you today! I finnaly increased size of my canvases by a bit and I must admit that working larger is even more exciting.
June 12, 2012
I made few paintings during my trip to Vysocina, beautiful shire in Czech Republic. I hope you enjoy them!
June 8, 2012
Soon I will be having annual exams. That means showcasing and defending all my work from past year.
And these paintings are the last I managed to paint in time to be included. I’m curious what the jury will say, because not many painters work in plein-air here. We are rare kind in Czech Republic. :)
May 24, 2012
I can’t stop it. I’m probably addicted to painting trees. :)
April 9, 2012
John Singer Sargent is one of the best examples of artist with clear ability to simplifi without loss of realism.
Bruce Mcavoy, in his brilliant article, describes Sargent’s unique focus: “…identifying by the accumulation of single brushstrokes the minimal arrangement of signs necessary to produce a completely convincing reality.”
And what is the best to way to obtain an ability of an artist you admire? To copy his works. Following image is not precise copy of Sargent’s painting: Golden sail. But rather an attempt to learn his brilliant technique.
April 5, 2012
This is a studio painting I did three weeks ago. I used a plein-air study as a starting point, but at some point, I took a new direction and let the painting evolve on it’s own. Do you like it?
April 3, 2012
These are oil paintings I did about two weeks ago. I’m not entirely happy with them, but I wanted to share them anyway. To keep record of my progres. :)
March 23, 2012
I was lucky to spend a week on one of the Canary islands called “Isla la verde” and “Isla la bonita” – Green island and Beautiful island. It was real paradise for hikers. One could discover unspoiled corners of wild nature in the shadows of sleeping volcanos.
Unfortunetely I managed to do only several sketches, because we couldn’t afford to stay on one spot for too long, otherwise we could get stuck in wilderness – walking at night was too risky.
I will soon upload some photos to share this extraordinary place with you.
March 8, 2012
I would like to share with you today few plein air paintings I did during February. Let me know what you think of them.
Btw: Few days ago, this site of mine reached 10 000 views! Thank you guys for support.
February 27, 2012
I’ve received few questions regarding the latest pack of pictures. “Where is the border between original and digital painting?” Was one of the frequent questions. And here is the image which explains it quite simply. On the left are original tempera paintings, on the right photoshop overpaints. Main purpose of this digital post-process was to emphasize important qualities of each image. You can clearly see that both aspects, traditional and digital, are equaly important.
People also ask why don’t I just paint them from start to finish. The answer is simple. It would never look like this if I just painted it. If I want to keep this specific visual, I have to do it this way.
Thank you guys for looking, I’m very greatful I can share my stuff with you.