Friday, January 9, 2009

View From Above No.4

24" x 24" --
--Oil on gallery stretched canvas
Close up looking into a glass with a spoon. The lip of the glass was a bit of a challenge on this one. Tough to make it look right since it goes on/off the canvas. I think it turned out ok...or maybe I'm just tired of working on it. Either way, I'm calling it finished.


Jean Victory said...

Hi Todd,
Wow, you've been busy! I guess I need to pay attention more. I love the composition on this perfect. The work listed on the 1st is incredible also...I don't know how you do it. You really inspire me...I guess I need to make more of an effort with my work!

Waylon Summers said...

AWESOME! Well executed!

T.Ford said...

Jean, thank you! I have been super busy and actually got quite a bit done over the Christmas break. It was nice to have some extended time to paint.
Thanks Waylon!

Cheryl McCarley said...

I was just wondering if you paint the area on your canvas that is white or keep it raw...I know strange question. Please humor me.

T.Ford said...

Hi Cheryl,
Yes, the entire surface of the canvas is covered with paint..even the areas that are white.