Pet portrait in-the-making

First I would like to thank my roommate for total support when I needed to take over more common space to get this project going.  There is too much stuff being stored in my small studio.  I ended up with some donated supplies for our art group which included easels, a wall projector, and misc sizes of foamboard.  All this stuff, plus storing our group’s masonite board stand-in…in pieces provided more Feng-Shui nightmare and counter-productive cramped space.  So I took over the “big” table in what Kevin usually calls the “guitar room”.  This painting project will take a couple days.  The pet is a rendition of Ruby on 12×12 canvas done in acrylic.  The base drawing is with a thin vine charcoal stick.   I’m doing a round wooden piece also as inventory to donate for fundraiser with First Coast No More Homeless Pets (FCNMHP) with a deadline sometime in May.  I always have to start these projects early since one never knows what will pop up to lay flack and interference.

21. January 2013 by Jean Drayovitch
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