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  • I'm Scared--What If I Freeze Up When I Paint This Way?

    Faded Glory by Rose Frantzen, 36 x 48, oil painting. If there were daredevils of art, I certainly would not be one of them. I'm always hesitating and rethinking what I'm doing. (In my day-to-day life I'm not such a scaredy cat—I swear.) But if I wanted to get lessons in how to be one...
    Posted to Artist Daily by Courtney Jordan on 2 Dec 2014
    Filed under: Portrait Painting, Oil Painting, Art
  • A Few Favorite Resources from My Bookshelves

    Sarah Simblet (her pen drawing, Isis 38 , above) taught me a lot about how intertwined the semblance of motion and mark-making are in really good drawings. Maybe it is part of having an arts career or maybe it is just me, but I love books and magazines and videos about art and artists about as much as...
    Posted to Artist Daily by Courtney Jordan on 30 Nov 2014
    Filed under: Portrait Painting, Artist Daily, still life, Oil Painting, Drawing Basics, Ink Drawing, Color, Art
  • Watching an Artist at Work

    Just back from the studio filming artist Mario Robinson for some upcoming art instruction videos, and there's nothing more inspiring than watching an artist work! Seeing the way he used his pastel for small detail and wide sweeps, lifting it up at the end of the stroke with flair. Watching as he...
    Posted to The Artist's Life by Jenniferlnl on 17 Oct 2014
    Filed under: Portrait Painting, Pastel, Art
  • From the Window to the Wall

    I've always wondered how an artist decides how to paint the background of an artwork. Did Sargent--who painted everything, even air, with volume and texture--employ certain painting techniques for this section of his works? Are there actual painting art philosophies on backgrounds? Well, I haven't...
    Posted to Artist Daily by Courtney Jordan on 14 Oct 2014
    Filed under: How To Paint, Portrait Painting, Oil Painting, Art
  • Like Seeing Myself in the Mirror

    Drawing by Edward Schmidt. When I was the one in charge of my infant cousin, I would always scramble frantically for ways to keep him entertained. Toys, sounds, and funny faces—I tried everything. But the most memorable way I kept him happy was by plopping him in front of a mirror. He'd move...
    Posted to Artist Daily by Courtney Jordan on 7 Oct 2014
    Filed under: Drawing, how to draw, Portrait Painting, watercolor painting, Oil Painting, Pastel, How to Draw People, Drawing Basics, Art
  • "Little Dancer"

    Some of my best work ever - was done last week in Taos, New Mexico. Every June I attend a watercolor workshop put on by Adams State College of Alamosa, Colorado. It's held at the Sagebrush Inn in Taos. This watercolor of a young Native-American dancer was my first painting last week. It's on...
    Posted to Member Gallery by woodyduncan on 23 Jun 2011
    Filed under: watercolor, Childhood, watercolor people, child, children, Native American, watercolor portrait, watercolor child, watercolor dancer, watercolor painting, watercolor on paper, watercolors, child portrait, Woody Duncan, handmade paper, portrait painting, portrait from photo, children portrait, children portraits, WATERCOLOR., Portrait children, portrait child, watercolor figure, Native American, Watercolor ., childrens portrait, portrait childs, childs portrait, children done in watercolor, 20" x 30", watercolor.., children's portrait
  • "Flower Lady"

    We saw these flower ladies, putting flowers together, at the market in Seattle. We were there for a national art educators conference. It is painted on 300 lb Arches rough. I tried to keep it loose and somewhat painterly so I wouldn't over do it. Matted it fits a 33 x 26 inch frame. I cropped it...
    Posted to Member Gallery by woodyduncan on 17 Apr 2011
    Filed under: watercolor, portrait, watercolor portrait, flower painting, flowers, watercolor flower, watercolor painting, watercolor on paper, Woody Duncan, portrait painting, portrait from photo, flower painting watercolor, portrait painting, flowers watercolor, watercolor paper
  • "Phone Home"

    This is a full sheet portrait of an African artisan I spotted at the International Folk Art Market in Santa Fe, New Mexico. I painted on 140 lb Arches rough stretched onto a sheet of gator board. I friend saw the painting and told me the man was a "Tuareg". The Tuareg (pronounced TWAH-reg)...
    Posted to Member Gallery by woodyduncan on 8 Feb 2010
    Filed under: watercolor, portrait, watercolor people, watercolor portrait, watercolor figurative, African, watercolor painting, watercolor on paper, Woody Duncan, portrait painting, Watercolor Painting Portrait Instructions
  • "Phone Home"

    I worked from a photo I took of a "Tuareg" artisan at last years Folk Art Market in Santa Fe, New Mexico. It was done with transparent watercolor on a full sheet of Arches 140 lb Rough.
    Posted to Member Gallery by woodyduncan on 31 Jan 2010
    Filed under: portrait, watercolor people, Portrait study, watercolor portrait, Realistic, watercolor figurative, African, watercolor painting, watercolor on paper, Woody Duncan, portrait painting, realistic portrait
  • "First Day of School"

    Pavina sent me a photo of her nephew on his first day of school. Have pity on his kindergarden teacher. The image is about 17 x 17 inches. I'm looking for a 22 x 22 inch frame. It's done in transparent watercolor on Arches 140 lb rough which I stretched over a piece of gator board. Of course...
    Posted to Member Gallery by woodyduncan on 20 Nov 2009
    Filed under: watercolor, portrait, Childhood, realism, watercolor people, child, children, youth, watercolor portrait, watercolor child, Realistic, watercolor painting, watercolor on paper, munch, child portrait, Woody Duncan, portrait painting
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