Portrait of the model as an abstract obstruction

Portrait of the model as...

Among Jim O'Neil's albums



The model as a model

Charcoal on Canson's sketch paper

Portrait of the model as an abstract obstruction

'nother addition to my 'the model as a 'scape' set. Brushed ink and oil pastels on 11 by 14 inch sketch paper.

Portrait of the model as a brick edifice

OK, bit of a joke. Watercolor on Bristol vellum, 11 by 15 inches

Portrait of the model as logs in a glade

Watercolors and water soluble oil pastels on 11 by 14 inch sketch paper

Portrait of the model as a boulder

Watercolor and Pitt's 'Big Brush' pens on 11 by 14 inch Bee's sketch paper

The model as immovible object

Crayola oil pastels on Strathmore's 11 by 14 inch sketch paper

The model as a semi-abstract concept encompassing all space and time

Watercolors (Creatacolor Bricks) on Strathmore's Bristol smooth 100 pound paper. 11 by 17 inches

The model as a coastal mountain range

I originally posted this as a straight watercolor on 4 November titled uplifting. Yesterday I happened to look at it sideways and decided with some modification she could join my The model as a 'scape set. So! what started out as a watercolor is now mixed mediums; watercolor and soft pastels. On Canson's 140 pound cold pressed paper, 9 by 12 inches.

The model as a tree

As noted before; I've started playing, at recent life drawing sessions, with the idea of painting the model as a landscape, seascape ,or whatever 'scape. Hence this sketch in this set. Watercolor (Creatacolor Bricks) on Strathmore's Bristol vellum, 11 by 14 inches
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