Last day of the workshop. Boy, I’m exhausted. Here are my two studies today. When my notebook arrives (it’s with my art materials, coming home FexEx Ground), I’ll write a summary of what I learned.
Scottsdale Palms – Oil on Linen – 10×8 – $150 AVAILABLE
Apples & Grapefruit – Oil on Linen – 8×10 – SOLD
And, just so you know a master from a student (:-), here’s Gay Faulkenberry’s study:
Study by Gay Faulkenberry – 8×10
4 thoughts on “Gay Faulkenberry Workshop: Day 5”
thanks for the free workshop Ed!
your studies and gays demos are delightfull and very inspiring
look forward ,where you go from here…
Thanks for the nice compliment on my work. I’ve been to your site many times before and have always been impressed. I tried a few plien airs, but never have been happy with them unless I came backinto the studion and finished them up…corected them is more the truth. It’s great that you document these workshops. Wished I had the time to get one attended myself, but there always seeems like they are hard to committ to.
I have been reading your wonderful, candid blog for several weeks. I, too, feel like a student painter and also teach, and have been enriched and inspired by your work and your words. Hope you don’t mind that your Cezanne and Iles quotes about being a student are on my web site. I also am listing your blog as a favorite link on my site. Thank you for sharing your painting life with other painters and with me.
Man, I like they way you nailed those values on the grapefruit in the shadow. This painting makes me thirsty for some ruby red grapfruit juice!