Tuesday, October 30, 2012

Brown Paper Drawing Prepartion for Oil Painting

Brown Paper Exercise for Oil Painting by Sandra Galda
18"x22" brown paper, charcoal, white chalk

This is a brown paper preparation drawing for a still life.  I have a long way to go yet in achieving excellence in any of the steps I am learning at the studio, but I am hoping this drawing will be approved for execution with oils on oil primed linen soon.   It is drawn using simple brown mailing paper from a roll,  large stick vine charcoal, and white chalk. It is a work I am doing at Ingbretson Studios as part of my ongoing training in the Boston School Style of painting.      http://studio.ingbretson.com/

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Sandy Graeser Haynes said...

Sandra, love this one... refreshing to see another medium for a change, and to DO one is fun, too ! Brown paper is interesting for texture and surface !

Sandy Graeser Haynes said...

Fun to see another medium, Sandra... well done ! Love the texture and surface look of the paper !

Sandra Galda said...

thank you Sandy!