Variation In Light


Here is a quick study (Twenty Minute Study) I did in the first few weeks of the January month-long Egeli workshop in Maryland. In the morning, we drew from the nude model and in the afternoon we painted the figure in north light. Here is a color sketch (Study of Trystan) and the finished painting (Painting of Trystan) that I did over a 10-day period in the afternoons. When I returned home, I did this 4-hour painting of Ana Maria under artificial light. At that point, I realized how much I had learned in this month-long workshop with the Egelis.  I have also included an outdoor study I did on Friday of one of my 5-day workshops. You can see how varied the light can be from inside under natural or artificial light to outdoor, sunny light. My next 5-day workshop will be held in Petaluma California May 7-11, 2012.

To all my art friends, students and collectors.
Going forward I will be posting my paintings and other news to my “Przewodek Fine Art” page. Please visit my new page and “Like” it so that you can follow along on my artistic journey. Here’s a like to it:

Twenty Minute Sketch



Study for Trystan

Painting of Trystan 24" x 30"

Ana Maria 16" x 20"

Morning Light 12" x 9"

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