Tuesday, August 31, 2010

$8 Parking

Here's a quick one done with the palette knife.

"$8 Parking"
5" x 7", oil on canvas panel, palette knife

5 comments:

Linda Popple said...

I like the red underpainting and the texture from the palette knife. It's such an interesting painting!

Erik said...

Hi Bill, excellent painting indeed. I also like the red underpainting showing through. What kind of painting knife do you use to work on these small formats?

Nancie Johnson said...

Wow Bill, I"m stunned, $8 parking in Manhattan? Hmmm - for the day? By the hour, no doubt. LOL Great painting - love the textures. The color palette really sets the mood!

Jean Nelson Paintings and Photography said...

Nice painting Bill. I especially like the 'old and worn' look you captured with the red underpainting. I too am curious as to how you achieved the smaller details such as windows and doors, etc. on a small support.

Dusty Pines said...

i really like the way you capture the light in your knife paintings - the broken colors (if that's the right term!) speak so strongly, too! thank you!