Category Archives: Painting

The Corner Where You Are

The Corner Where You Are, 12 x 16″ acrylic on gallery wrap canvas.  (Watermark on photo only.)

Video Lesson: “After Monet’s Water Lilies”

For those of you who enjoy watching paint dry, here is my first modest attempt at a lesson on painting impressionistically in watercolor.  Want to see more?  Subscribe to my website (left column, home page).

 

Shoals Ahoy!

Shoals Ahoy!, 16 x 20″ watermedia collage on canvas

It’s Complicated.

It’s Complicated, 20 x 24″ acrylic collage on gallery-wrapped canvas.  Watermark ©Giannantonio in photo only.

After Monet Water Lilies

After Monet Water Lilies, 14 1/2 x 20 1/2″ watercolor on paper

Poco Agitato

Poco Agitato, 12 x 12″ acrylic collage on gallery wrap canvas with gloss varnish

After Flowers on a Fireplace in Clayes (Vuillard)

After “Flowers on a Fireplace in Clayes” (Vuillard), 9 x 12 watercolor on paper

Watercolor demonstration from last week’s class, Surprise Yourself with Impressionism: Florals, Interiors, Botanicals at the Watercolor Art Society-Houston.  The masters teach us so much!

Work Becomes Play

Work Becomes Play, 16 x 12″ mixed watermedia on canvas board

Great Model in Liz Hill Workshop

Liz Hill Workshop Great Model, 24 x 18″ mixed media on gessoed/pumiced paper

Whew! 6 min pose, rushed painting brings about energetic lines!  Liz Hill pushed me to take risks!

Pushing Boundaries

Here are a couple figure paintings I did this weekend in a wonderful workshop with Liz Hill.  What a stretch for me, and so much fun.  Thank you Liz!