Oil on Paper Mounted on Panel / 6 x 6 Inches

Fade to black. That's something I've always had a problem with. My tendency is to define every edge, every shape. To keep all parts of the image distinct and separate, no matter how subtly. I got it this time, though, and I had a great time “sculpting” this young face with my brush.

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3 thoughts on “YOUTH / Daily Painting #960

  1. Job very well done. Remember the black and white movies. I forgot the man’s name that was talking about in on TV, saying there were more problems to deal with making black and white pictures. Working with colors made it easier.

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