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11" x 14" Watercolor Pencil and Chalk on Toned Paper 2015
Created a portrait of Gandalf while waiting to return to the studio this past week. I tend to avoid depicting the Balrog for even after reading and rereading this passage for over 30 years, I still do not 'know' what a Balrog looks like, nor do I want to! How do you depict fear?
Gandalf on the Bridge of Khazad-dum 11" x 14" (28cm x 36cm) Watercolor pencil and chalk on Paper
One of my first illustration projects back 20 years ago. Oil on Panel 18" x26"
This and scores more oil paintings, hundreds of drawings and loads of DVD's , Prints, and books will be on display and for sale at my Open Studio this Saturday, February 7th, 2015 from 12noon to 6pm. The link below provides a few previews...
One of my favorites from a series of images related to the coast where the earth, sea, and sky all meet. I grew up visiting the coast of Maine where the sea was a treacherous and powerful force. I learned to respect the forces of nature... 48" x 36" Oil on Panel
Oil on Panel 55" x 37" Just added a post regarding this image and a few others on the theme of mass figure compositions. This is a theme of one of the lectures in a series I will be hosting online this Spring with the SmArt School: www.donatoart.com/news.html#sm…