Friday, September 21, 2012

Painting. Beach Family.

Family of New Zealand Oystercatchers on a beach. 7x11 inches
I took photo of these two nervous cute birds while traveling in New Zealand.
This painting is submitted for DPW "Birdbrain" challenge. Painted with acrylic on canvas glued on masonite board. This is my 4th challenge painting.

Wednesday, September 19, 2012

Painting. New Zealand seagull.

New Zealand seagull, acrylic on canvas board, 10x10 inches.  
This is another painting created for Daily Paintworks challenge "Birdbrain". I photographed this bird in New Zealand on South Island, in the marina of the small town near Christchurch.

Friday, September 14, 2012

Lava flow images.

More photographs from our trip to Oregon lava flow.

All photos are available for purchase! Just send me a message!

Wednesday, September 12, 2012

Painting. Happy light bulb.

 Happy light bulb, acrylic on canvas 7.5x9.5 in

This is my entry for Daily Paintworks challenge. It was fun and hard to capture lots of reflection on the light bulb. I tried to make it more happy and colorful. Painting is done with acrylic on canvas glued to masonite board and finished in protective polymer varnish.

Monday, September 10, 2012

Painting. Nebula.

 6x6 acrylic


Nebula, one of my favorite blue space painting, painted with acrylic on stretched canvas, with painted sides. Available for sale on Daily Paintworks, now it listed on Auction.
Here are views of the painting from 2 sides:

Thursday, September 6, 2012

Autumn leaves. Challenge painting for DPW.

Here it is - little treasuries of the fall. It actually was hard to choose just three, every little dry curly leaf is so different. As it was suggested in the challenge I left some bright magenta streaks of underpainting shine through blue background.
Painting is made with acrylic paint on canvas glued to masonite board and measures 11x7.5 inches. It's available for sale on AUCTION this week on Daily Paintworks.

Wednesday, September 5, 2012

Lava flow, Central Oregon.

In a middle of this August we went on a trip through Cascades in Central Oregon. It included Lava Flow around McKenzie Pass, few camping stops near lakes in Deschutes National Forest, just south from Bend, Oregon, and beautiful Crater lake. Our trip to lava flow we started at Dee Wright Observatory which was built during Great Depression by a Civilian Conservation Corps crew at Camp Belknap with lava stone found at the construction site:

It seems like thousand volcanoes were erupting here constantly for the last 2 million years, creating this Moonlike landscape:


Mount Washington, greatly eroded by glaciers:

View of former (scientists saying they can erupt again in near future) volcanoes Three Sisters from the highway:

Island in the sea of lava, that's how it looked like in time of volcanoes eruption:

And that's how it looks like today:

I will continue photo-story about our trip in the next posts.

Monday, September 3, 2012

Swirl, abstract acrylic painting.

This painting is improvisation on science fiction theme. I thought about an alien planet with whirlpool in a strange forest. I painted it with acrylic and used a pallet knife to create those alien "trees". Painted on canvas, glued to masonite board, and covered with protective UV varnish.
Available for sale in my gallery in Daily Paintwork or on my website .