Camille Przewodek Workshop, Day 3

This has been a full, tiring day, but hey, I’ll at least post some images and perhaps catch up and write smart stuff about them later 🙂

I painted this study of Anini Beach in the morning, before class started.

Anini Beach (Kauai) – Oil on Linen – 9×12

Here’s one of Camille’s demos. The first image is her “start”. She starts with intense colors that represent the light, being careful to keep all color and values accurate not to the local color, but in terms of relativity

Camille Przwodek Demo “Start”

Here’s the finish. She’s worked in local color on top of the start underpainting:

Camille Przwodek Demo “Finish”

I did two studies of the same composition, to try and differentiate the varying light keys: one in the morning, the other later in the day. Here’s the morning painting.

Anini Beach House (Morning) – Oil on Linen – 12×9

Here’s the same house, later afternoon.

Anini Beach House – Oil on Linen – 12×9

And, finally, here’s a little study I did yesterday at the Kiluaea Lighthouse.

Kilauea Lighthouse (Kauai) – Oil on Linen – 12×9

5 thoughts on “Camille Przewodek Workshop, Day 3”

  1. Hi, Ed! I was wondering when Camille’s workshop would take off. We’ve all been anxiously waiting for your blog posts. These are great and very informative! I gather she is more keyed into color temperature relationships rather than in accurate local color, at least in that underpainting you showed the day before.

    Enjoy Hawaii! Wish I were there, of course.

  2. Ed, thanks much for posting all this. It’s really nice to see the play by play of this workshop. Man I wish I was there. Love this painting- “Anini Beach House (Morning)”

  3. Great paintings. I really like your colors on the “morning” house and also in the sea and sky on “Kilauea Lighthouse” Nice work that you should be proud of.

    Have fun the rest of the workshop. I am looking forward to seeing your results.

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