Tuesday, August 3, 2010

11th and Park, Bowling Green

11th and Park, Bowling Green
5" x 7", oil, palette knife

10 comments:

Art with Liz said...

This is beautiful Bill! Lovely thick paint, wonderful composition and light and dark contrasts.

Concha Signes said...

Very good job, Bill. I like very much, very well done. Magnificent green and gray
Regards

Carol Schiff Studio said...

Stunning work Bill. Cannot wait to see more.

Carol Schiff Studio said...

Stunning work Bill. Cannot wait to see more.

revbyrd said...

I don't know what it is about painting with a pallet knife, But I like it. Thanks for sharing.

FCP said...

Nice palette knife work, Bill!

Ann said...

I like all of your art work!

ChrisJ said...

I haven't visited this page too often mostly because I work with water colors and I'm always trying to find other water color artists to see what they are doing and try to figure out how they do it. I know so little but love doing it. Like you, I feel guilty if I don't paint, but my life is too full to paint all the time. I really like this landscape view 'tho I have no skill to understand how you've produced this. I just like the view, the composition and the colors. Thank you so much for the Virtual Paintout. I didn't think I would have the courage to participate! But I'm learning all the time.

Randall Cogburn said...

Hi Bill, nice paintings I like this one and I can't beleive it was done using a palette knife well done.

I was wondering if you were using latex paint on the boards you make and what brand? I remember something somewhere about using it instead of gesso. Do you have to prime it first before the latex paint? I use the marker board from either HomeDepot of Lowes can't remember where. I use it with black gesso or white gesso. I think you mentioned it being easier to use than gesso.

~Kirby

SKIZO said...

Thank you for sharing
This fabulous work with us
Good creations