Face of a Saint XXXII / Ink and Watercolor / 7 x 10 Inches / Daily Painting #1444

Whoa! Thea came home from the gallery this evening and asked why I didn't poste today's painting? I said i did! Well, I just checked, and apparently she's right! My apologies everyone; I've been running too tired the past few days. I will try to do better. I will also, at the first opportunity get caught up, again, on my responses to all your so appreciated comments.
I found this Santo in my research archives, but I can't recall where I first came across the research. I found him an intriguing subject, whever I found him, and he was a pleasure to paint.

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I did it! I finally finished my first video demonstration and it's up and running on YouTube!

Please watch, like, share, tell your friends, and, please, let me know what you think of it in the comments, or drop me an email with your impressions. Click here to watch the video. Some have requested background music. I am considering it, but so far am convinced you would like hearing music of your own choosing better than any thing I might come up with. Any more thoughts out there?

By the way, if you are having a problem with the links to the video, just go to YouTube and search for Farnsworth Watercolor. That should get you there.

One thought on “FACE OF A SAINT XXXII / Daily Painting #1444

  1. Showing serious emotion. Has to be in deep thought. Maybe he is looking at someone that needs help and thinking how he should go about to help him or her.

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