POP 1 – Part 4

LOOKING OUT

I’m doing Part four before Part three in order to avoid working outside in the winter!

cotman800px-Pierre-Henri_de_Valenciennes_-_Villa_FarnèseRESEARCH POINT
Evolution of landscape painting (part 1) | (part 2)

PROJECT – FROM INSIDE LOOKING OUT

window-view-final-low-resfinal-final-smallEXERCISE – View from a window or doorway:
Painting | Research

EXERCISE – Hard or soft landscape

PROJECT – PERSPECTIVE

aerial-umbria-crop-finalperspective-final-adjusted-low-resEXERCISE – Linear perspective

EXERCISE – Aerial perspective

 

PROJECT – EXPRESSIVE LANDSCAPE

gesso-experiment2gesso-experiment3RESEARCH POINT – Expressive landscape

Expressive landscape – sketchbook experiment

Expressive landscape – another experiment

umbria-roof-final-smallexpressive-toned-downEXERCISE – Creating mood and atmosphere (1)

Exercise: Creating mood and atmosphere (2)

 

combs-church-final-final-no-photoshop-smallPROJECT – PAINTING OUTSIDE

RESEARCH POINT – Golden Mean – Golden ratio – Rule of thirds

EXERCISE – Painting a landscape outside

from-drawings-final-smallpotterie-smallPROJECT – WORKING FROM DRAWINGS AND PHOTOGRAPHS

EXERCISE – Painting from a working drawing

EXERCISE – Squaring up

 

snowdon-final-low-resEXERCISE – Working from a photograph

 

 

 

snowdon-thumbnail-6assignment-4-snowdon-final-tutor-comments-low-resASSIGNMENT FOUR – Large landscape (around 90 cm x 60 cm or larger)

Idea 3: Mount Snowdon

 

Snowdon – Preparation for final painting

Snowdon – final painting

 

tree2bottle-kiln-final-low-res3Idea 1 – Bottle kilns (not pursued)

Idea 2: Quantock oaks (not pursued)

 

 

 

TUTOR FEEDBACK

Tutor feedback on Part 4 with my comments (PDF)

 

origo-vine-installationredonVISITS AND DISCOVERIES 

 

foligno-rooftop3foligno-rooftop1SKETCHBOOK