Tuesday, November 11, 2008

The Unfinished Painting

This is the 6x8 painting from the video.

13 comments:

innisart said...

Man, it looks like that painting went through a war zone! You can still see the dirt and raindrops (tears?). Did you pull the mosquitoes off?

Matt

www.innisfineart.com

Jasons-Brush said...

I loved the video, I dont think I could stand all those bugs though. bizzz bizzzz.

Best, Jason

marcobucci said...

that was an excellent video...comes across as a comedy to those of us who love to plein air paint. Cool that you posted the unfinished painting. It's apparent that it was GONNA be good.

lipking said...

Yeah it is pretty dirty, you can still see mosquito legs stuck on the ridge just to the left of the peak.

Frank Gardner said...

I thought no mosquitos were harmed. I guess that was the video not the painting.

Good piece. You got all of the important stuff down. Those bugs would have driven me nuts.

Trey. said...

Cool beans sir, do you ever paint in the west virginia area?

-trey b.

Cooper Dragonette said...

Looks great AS IS.
Loved reading about your adventures here in Vacationland with Frank, Colin, and Co. (all painters I admire) You were smart to paint on the coast when you were in Maine! No bugs!
Best
Cooper

Peggi Habets said...

Thinking about it, you've got to wonder how many bugs are preserved under the old Impressionist's plein air paintings. Or maybe you've come up with a new technique for texture! Nice painting anyway.

Anonymous said...

Jeremy, perhaps you can show some more landscapes if you have.

Indeed the one from the vid looks already great!

Best B

Stephen Magsig said...

Loved the video, saw your last show in NY, beautiful. Came here via Frank Gardner. Just another old dog doing daily paintings. The unfinished painting looks great. How could you concentrate with the mosquitos?

Bill Brauker said...

I was waiting for floods and fires, and they didn't show, so it could have been worse.

I think you two should go back and finish. I can see it now, Adventures in Plein Air Painting II. It could be a big hit next summer.

Plastic Card Printing said...

You have created a master piece. Great job.

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