Monday, August 22, 2011

Easel Notes...



Hot off the easel, two new paintings are featured this weekend at the Maynard Dixon Country Show in Mt. Carmel, Utah.

The two paintings in the show, pictured below, are "Puesta Del Sol De Los Muertos", 22"x 30" and "Sierra Cirque", 30"x30".

The prestigious event attracting top-notch artists from all over the country is hosted by The Thunderbird Foundation For The Arts and runs from August 24 to 28th, with a gala reception on the evening of the 27th. Some landscape painting in between!

OTHER STUDIO NEWS, a new semester of teaching begins Tuesday September 6th from 7 to 10pm. Students will paint from the model. All aspects of the Lipking approach will be covered. See bottom image, demo, "Nude in Repose, 12" x 24".

Contact www.lipking.com for more info. Click here to sign up and pay.


"Puesta Del Sol De Los Muertos", 22"x 30"

"Sierra Cirque", 30"x30"

"Nude in Repose", 12" x 24"

More easel notes to follow...



19 comments:

my line said...

gr88888888888888888t work sir

Stephen Cefalo said...

Nice nude study indeed.

Susan Roux said...

The sensitivity in your rocks is wonderful in both paintings, yet in such a different way. I like how you draw the viewer in with light dancing on them in Sierra Cirque. They're seductive.

Your decision to render the boots extensively in the grave painting is powerful. It pulls the emotion to be about visiting and missing someone rather than simply death. The setting light in the foreground is spot on and beautiful.

The lines and hot color notes in your study are as sensual as the model.

Thanks for posting. It's always wonderful to visit.

oli said...

Amazing!!!

lipking said...

Thanks guys!

Kilnerart said...

The Puesta sunset and figure has blown me away, i hadn't seen it, the rocks and boot, the colour, crazy!
Magic!

John said...

Your landscapes freak me out,I like them as much or possibly even more than your figures.It's obvious you have a love of nature.....ever done any animal paintings??

Justin Gedak said...
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Anonymous said...

Love your work. In the painting "Sierra Cirque", is it an optical illusion caused by the pixels on my monitor or is there a word written in the snow near the rocks just to the right of center?
Jerry

william wray said...

bam so much after showing so little awesome.

KEARGLE said...
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KEARGLE said...

Seeing them in person was well worth the drive. Thanks for posting about it, and great to meet the legendary rockstar in the flesh ;) -Katie & Andrew Payne

Anonymous said...

Big ER now with Roper and Gross..El Salvador don't want anymore.
Got Dassault ID'S and Baldwin - LA.
Lowe ain't goin' nowhere.
PLO's the word.

donnathomas.com said...

The nude is absolutely exquisite...so nice for the viewer to have some say in seeing what they see...if that makes any sense :)

Sadeu said...

very good paintings : )

Anonymous said...

HOW MUCH IS THE NUDE IN REPOSE PLEASE?

Marvin Lorenz said...

INCREDIBLE stuff, Sir!

Ivana said...

Very nice art :)

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