Tuesday, May 22, 2012

Tango Hug - original oil figurative painting

For this 7 x 5" painting on Gessobord, I used oil sticks, which are oil paint in stick form.  They are soft - at least the R&F, which I love - and not sharpened at all, so the result is a sort of "messy" painting.  It's much more relaxed than most of my work and I just decided to leave it that way - gotta let go sometime, right?  R&F is famous for its encaustics, but their pigment sticks are luscious and are fun to use with a palette knife, too.  Give them a try!
This time of year, my attention has to be shared with my yard and the seemingly hundreds of plants that need to be planted.  And then there are the dandelions - well no ranting, I promise, but I could, for sure!  So, because of my garden, I'm posting during the wee hours of Wednesday.  So, off to bed, now - thanks so much for stopping by!

4 comments:

hmuxo said...

Isn't it awful that we have to stop painting to do our chores??!! LOL
I love this painting, Connie..
wonderful romantic colors!

Last Cup Of Coffee said...

beautiful!

Connie said...

Hi Hilda - yes - we probably need more hours in the day! Thanks so much for stopping by.

Connie said...

Thank you, Myra!