An acrylic painting, 18″x24″ canvas, fly fishing the Yellowstone River.
This study’s subject was drawn using a pencil drawing of a model for reference. Using acrylics, I started with a watercolor approach and ended with opaque technique.
May already and finally something to post. Haven’t been able to paint during the first quarter but finally broke out my acrylics and recently painted this from a photograph.
There are lots of opportunities to sketch the unsuspecting ‘models’ waiting for their flights. Good way to pass the time and get in some practice. This sketch was drawn while waiting for a holiday flight home…
Already the holidays and Thanksgiving. I’m thankful every year that I can carry on doing art. Hope goes out to all that 2020 proves to be a good year.
While waiting for a flight, I like to sketch those around me. I will then finish the drawing using watercolor…
I entered the watercolor “Lifeline” =to be included in the Annual Central Florida Watercolor Society Juried Show, hosted by SOBO Gallery in Winter Garden, February and March 2020. Happy to say, this painting is sold.
Two of my golf landscapes have been accepted into the show. An honor to be included among so many recognized artists. My paintings “West Orange Country Club #13, an acrylic on canvas and “Land ‘O Lakes at Crooked Cat”, a watercolor on Arches paper will be shown. Prints can be ordered in the PrintShop.
I just added this painting to the golf gallery. Dubsdread Golf Club is one of Orlando’s oldest municipal courses. Image depicts the practice green and clubhouse. Buy a print in the Printshop.
Imagesofgolf.us. and my artist site, mmalloy.net, is now combined. View my work, posts and ‘the Printshop‘ conveniently in one location.
Find a navigation tree for mmalloy.net and for imagesofgolf.us at the bottom of each page. Visit the Printshop to purchase giclée prints of selected paintings. I will continue to add images to the Printshop periodically, check back often.