Back when I was hospitalized in early 2021, I did a few crayon sketches of the interior of the hospital. This one is my favourite. I used a blue crayon for shading, but it happened to be the same shade that scanners don’t pick up, so that’s fun. XD
I was having a lot of trouble on the other oil painting I shared, so I took a break to focus on something else.This is “Pan”, a revisitation of a concept from about two years ago that I developed in the hospital. This is the fourth installment in my “Goats” series. I was inspired by the Baroque art movement, and snippets of other movements as well. I hope to one day revisit this again in the future when I have more space, so I can make a bigger version with more detail.
it looks like my grandma’s dog! cool.
Just wanted to make a quick update. “Pan” was accepted into a local art exhibition!
Very cool! Great work and congrats on getting into the exhibition.
Digital painting based on “The Fallen Angel”, by Alexandre Cabanel. These anthropomorphic spoofs/reimaginings/studies/whatever are really fun!
I was recently hospitalized, and I haven’t done any art since I got home, until this. Trying to get back into the groove of painting…
it seems funny and interesting, goat in delusion as prophet haha very funny and cool
and very original
do tell me you are in a gallery somewhere…your trees inspire me…what talent you have man. amazing work…I understand that last post you just posted…at first it broke my heart, but then I realized it’s happening right now and it should be addressed…prolific you are. amazing man, good job.
WOW, just wow. I’m so glad you’ve shared these with us. I hope you sell prints. I’d happily put up remorse in my recording space.
Thank you! I’m not in a gallery (yet!). Your comments mean a lot.
Thank you! I’m working out how to sell prints currently.
I have a boss who gets me my prints for a dollar a piece…it’s possible…look for a successful artist to ask if he could help you get prints…I guess…I can’t help you…it’s a only exclusive deal he offered me because he knows my plight as an artist.