Day 4 of 6 paintings in 7 days.

Good morning, afternoon and evening. Please won’t you come in. Sorry for the lack of paint yesterday I’ve been a bit scattered between life, paint….and well that’s pretty much about all I can handle right now. Here let’s out on some music and take a look at what’s happening in the studio shall we.

This next piece is modeled after “Start Here” using the same texturing style and color patterning. I’ve decided that I do so enjoy this particular style that I’ll be doing a number if these pieces in the future in a wide array of colors and image arrangements. But enough chatter let’s look at the complex piece of #4
Sorry bout the sun glare the studio has east side windows. Now for some close ups.

And another

I’m pretty pleased with the outcome of this last piece but the race isn’t over yet. I have today and tomorrow to complete two more high quality pieces of work so there’s no time to rest yet.
Now for a quick look at the start of #5

This piece still has lots I blending and highlights that need to be completed as well as the details of the cherry branch an of course the blossoms. Crossing my fingers that this one turns out okay. As for #6 you’ll have to stay tuned for the conclusion of the challenge. 😉

In other news Venetian Dreams was sent to it’s new home yesterday,

And the newest moon piece went to the framers yesterday as well. So lots going on besides the challenge. Then at the end of the month I travel again. I’m really trying to stay busy with this “new life” to much time alone in my head is never a good thing. Well that all being said it’s time to get busy painting. I hope the world has been kind to all of you and you to it, for if not us then who?
And please remember to always,
Be brave, Be bold and Thrive in te life you have. You never know when things will change.

“A life in progress”

14 thoughts on “Day 4 of 6 paintings in 7 days.

  1. Thoroughly agree with mamie, Piece #4 is amazing! Each little cell is an artwork in itself, reminds me of a beehive honeycomb. You should do more of those, Ben, and make some prints for sale. Best of good fortune with the final two pieces!


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