14" x 11"
available framed or unframed
date completed: 2/22/2016
catalog # 0019
I saw a program on TV, "The Painting Cowboy". The artist was a real cowboy, turned artist and he painted western and cowboy art. The one episode that I really liked was a hunter's camp. He did the whole composition with just the palette knife. I really liked the way it looked, so rugged and painterly and impressionistic.
I felt I could do that so I painted, "The Wilderness", done with designer paints from Art Instruction School. I did that with the palette knife and thoroughly enjoyed it. So I attempted the same style, with this 14" x 11" acrylic on canvas. Subject material came from a photograph in a small desk calendar.
Most of the painting was done with a brush. But when I got to the river and also the cliff rocks, I had a very hard time getting the right color and texture, so I switched to the knife. As soon as I started painting with the knife, it came together, as if my hands knew how to achieve what I wanted with that tool, instead of a brush.
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