In May-June 2018, I created a triptych inspired by the composition of an earlier painting of a rainy day at the beach. Following are the sequence of how the painting came together, phase by phase.
Today was my last full studio day…would I be able to finish those final two blank canvases? Continue reading
Today was about getting ready for our artist in residency open studio for the public… Continue reading
Day 10 continues with a mad frenzy to complete my painting goal, coupled with a long night… Continue reading
Now that I’m into my second week of the residency, I realize I only have a few more days to accomplish what I hoped to with my art…
In today’s edition, grogginess, procrastination, and texture studies…
Now I could finally open the special package I found packed among my art supplies, marked “Do not open until Week 2 – March 18.” What could be in the box? Continue reading
The artventure continues.
The continuing adventures of Rachel Brask during her two week art residency in Truro, Massachusetts. In today’s episode, her painting process is positively productive, and possibly prolific, preceding her Provincetown paths…
My adventure continues on Day 4 of my art residency in Truro. In this episode, breakfast, paintings, and water. Continue reading
My third day here at my Truro art residency was as interesting as the first two. Here’s why. Continue reading
Today was my second day here in residency at the Truro Center for the Arts Castle Hill at Edgewood Farm. After settling in and getting situated the first day, I finally dove into painting on day 2. Continue reading
I am spending a two-week artist residency in Truro, MA. I will be blogging throughout the residency. Here is my first post. Continue reading
I visited the Warwick Center for the Arts to see the latest Art League Rhode Island Members Exhibition, in which I have one oil painting, “Mountains of Purple Rain II.” Continue reading
Here are several photos in succession of the phases of the painting process of creating the oil painting “Rainy Moment 16 (Aurora Borealis in Rain”). Continue reading