If you’re an aspiring artist looking to learn the tricks of the trade, look no further than Ivan Konstantinovich Aivazovsky’s work. The Russian painter created some of the most iconic seascapes in the 19th century, and his paintings remain popular to this day. To gain a better understanding of his technique and color theory, IContinue reading “Unlock the Secrets of the Sea with this Stunning Oil Painting Study After Ivan Ajvazovszkij’s “Storm Waves””
Here I am at work in the studio continuing on the oil painting with green grapes. This is the second layer, adding the lights and texture with neutral tints. After this, I will use a small brush to add the final details. The painting is coming along nicely, but I’m having trouble getting the grapesContinue reading “Oil Painting Green Grapes”
This video is a time-lapse of my latest painting, “Bachata Dancing Couple” (25 x 30 cm, oil on Hardboard, 2020). For the last few years, I’ve been passionate about Bachata, an increasingly popular Latin dance from the Dominican Republic now danced around the world. This painting was my way of expressing my admiration for couplesContinue reading “Watch the Creation of a Beautiful Bachata Dancing Oil Painting in this Time-Lapse!”
Check out this time-lapse video of me painting two quick dance studies set to Bolero music! Titled “The Bolero’s Lilt, A Couple’s Dance” (42 x 30 cm, oil on hardboard, 2019-2020) and “Romantic Bolero of Two Lovers” (30 x 42cm, oil on hardboard, 2020), this oil painting series depicts the beautiful and passionate Bolero dance.Continue reading “Watch a Bolero Dance Come to Life in a Time-Lapse Oil Painting!”
My painting of Daphne reflects the timelessness and grandeur of these two stories, a vivid representation of the mystical and divine.