Wednesday, May 11, 2011

Monochromatic Nude


Reclining Nude (monochrome) 30" x 50" oil on linen
This is a fun technique I haven't done in a while. I used Terra Rosa and black with a couple stiff brushes a kneaded eraser and oil primed linen.

22 comments:

MIchelle Dunaway said...

Love it, very ethereal and sensual at the same time...reminds me, in it's emotional content, of that sculpture we both like at The Musee D'Orsay...

Anonymous said...

very nice Jeremy!

lipking said...

Thanks guys. Yeah I love that sculpture Michelle.

Jim Gibbons said...

absolutely beautiful!! great job Jeremy! I've been looking forward to some new blog post.........and I'm dying to know when your new video is coming........you've been rockin that trailer for awhile now. cheers!!!!

Mark Reeder said...

Nice one J, just enough of everything. Nice fresh strokes.

Rodney Pike (rwpike) said...

Wow! That's awesome man! Looks so effortless.

martinealison said...

J'aime beaucoup cette note de sensualité qui se dégage de cette peinture... Cette technique me parait géniale... Pourriez-vous m'en dire davantage ?
Gros bisous

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sara sniderhan said...

so, so stunning.

Mara said...

This is more than brilliant. Less than a teaspoon of paint and you've created an unbelievable and mesmerizing image. One day, I will thank you in person for the way you have inspired me as an artist.

James said...

So tasteful. How could anyone find this offensive. The real offense is the pink stars.

Jane said...

Oh how breathtakingly beautiful Jeremy! Whoever made you censor this beauty needs some lead in the head! ;)

piadesign said...

Jeremy-this is spectacular! Sorry I missed you guys at PSA-- next year! Xo

Alyson said...

gorgeous

Vinayak said...

Wow! This is so beautiful! May I say this betrays the influence of Mr. Schmid on your style? Please pardon me if I am wrong.
Best wishes,

Anonymous said...

Hey Jeremy,
In what way are you using the kneaded eraser and what does it give you that a brush or palette knife wouldn't? Just curious about the technique. This painting is beyond a nude to me. It's beautiful and had a quiet beauty to it. Hard to articulate, but it speaks wonders to me. Thanks, Lori

ileana said...

You are my new favorite artist. Wow!

pschulen said...

Beautiful painting.
Yes Jeremy, how is a kneaded eraser used when doing an oil sketch?

Jaspreet S Kaler said...

ultimate work sir

really awesome

jane said...

want to know about the eraser thing, too

steve molyneaux said...

gorgeous!

Paul Niesen said...

You have captured the the breathtaking Art of the Female Body. I have no words, only silent appreciation and awe.

 

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