Friday, October 12, 2012

How can it be Halfway through October already....

Autumn Equinox, 30 x 60 Acrylic on Canvas
 Inspired by the enjoyment of the process and successful completion of "Blue Moon" and its enthusiastic reception at our annual Pojoaque River Art Tour mid-September and faced with a enforced break in my sculpture schedule ("Celebration" back from the foundry, awaiting chase and patina),  I launched myself into another "repainting" of a large work from 2008, the last 30 x 60 in the shed, shown above.  The under painting from "Ups and Downs" remains visible in the red spheres and blue band to the left and the red bands to the lower right.  The original cool blue of the upper right influenced that area in this painting, "Autumn Equinox".
Continuum I & II, large acrylic paintings by Marianne HornbuckleMeanwhile, "Summer Solstice" has just landed via UPS at its new home near Atlanta and only two shows remain in the Santa Fe Society of Artists season in downtown Santa Fe.
These just completed two pieces"Continuum I & II" are painted on work from 2007. Continuance I & II was a thinly painted high key warm pair of paintings.  The obscured spheres and pale warm upper center remain visible, with some rectangles from the first paintings emerging through the darker bottom 2/3's.  If you're interested I have photographed details of areas of the paintings and can send them along  to you(too complicated to put them up on my website).
Next up in my blogosphere, my bronze,"Celebration",  is completed, here in my studio, awaiting photographing.  I'll be showing them off and bragging this weekend and posting them next week.

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