Oil Painting: Scott Tallman Powers' Oil Paintings: Developing the Concept

11 Sep 2008

In the summer 2008 issue of Workshop, we discussed how Scott Tallman Powers was able to express strong emotions in oil paintings by first establishing a clear concept for the picture and then remaining focused on delivering that content to viewers. We offer more examples of his work to illustrate this concept in this online exclusive gallery.

 

Powers An Evening in the Sanctuary oil

Powers A Day at the Market oil

Powers Another Day Fulton Market oil

An Evening in the Sanctuary
2007, oil, 48 x 72. Courtesy R.H Love Galleries, Chicago, Illinois.
A Day at the Market
2007, oil, 9 x 12. Collection the artist.
Another Day Fulton Market
2007, oil, 24 x 30. Collection the artist.



Powers Daily Chores-Shaoguan, China oil

Powers Drying the Rice oil

Powers Hidden Path oil

Daily Chores-Shaoguan, China
2007, oil, 8 x 10. Collection the artist.
Drying the Rice
2008, oil on panel, 12 x 16. Collection the artist.
Hidden Path
2007, oil, 18 x 24. Courtesy Walls Fine Art Gallery, Wilmington, North Carolina.



Powers Indianapolis Canal oil

Powers On the Day of the Opening oil

Powers Making Ends Meet oil

Indianapolis Canal
2007, oil, 12 x 16. Courtesy R.H Love Galleries, Chicago, Illinois.
On the Day of the Opening
2008, oil, 18 x 24. Collection the artist.
Making Ends Meet
2007, oil, 48 x 36. Courtesy Barnsite Gallery, Kewaunee, Wisconsin.



Powers Sounds of the Blackfoot oil

Powers The Harmony of Devon Avenue oil

Powers Warm Glow Cold Day oil

Sounds of the Blackfoot
2007, oil, 24 x 36. Courtesy Dana Gallery, Missoula, Montana.
The Harmony of Devon Avenue
2007, oil, 36 x 48. Courtesy R.H Love Galleries, Chicago, Illinois.
Warm Glow Cold Day
2007, oil, 14 x 18. Courtesy R.H Love Galleries, Chicago, Illinois.



Powers A Long Walk Home oil

Powers Old Soldier in a New World oil


A Long Walk Home
2008, oil, 8 x 10. Private collection.
Old Soldier in a New World
2008, oil, 50 x 60. Courtesy Barnsite Gallery, Kewaunee, Wisconsin.



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on 29 Jan 2010 9:24 PM

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