Before I left Tasmania 12 months ago, I had begun 2 coloured pencil paintings that featured buildings at the historic property, Cheshunt. I am not sure which of the 2 I should complete and enter in a major award in November.

Today I have posted the first and on Monday I shall reveal the second painting.

Today’s featured image is a view of the surrounding landscape seen through what remains of an old shed. I like the way the shed ‘frames’ the view of the landscape, which in turn is ‘subdivided’ into several parts, some quite small.

There is a nice balance of light and shade, as well as positive and negative. The shadows in this painting are very important and require a good deal of work, but I am confident that time on this painting will be well spent.

On Monday, my second Cheshunt WIP.


About artkleko

artist, art curator, art teacher, art judge, art critic
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