Orange Umbrellas, acrylic on canvas, 18 x 36
Elizabeth W. Seaver
Life is good, but it's busy. I have a full complement of students, a show I'm wrapping up to hang June 7 and a mural that must be finished by June 18. I've really had my head down and my nose to the grindstone. (Don't let my talk fool you. I've got the best job in the world!)
Here are progress photos on the public art panel I've been working on just at the collaging stage. I'm going to have to bring out the BIG EASEL for the painting process. You all remember Crocodile Dundee...."That's not an easel.......THIS is an easel."
Getting started. The panel has a backing of thin plywood with mdf on top. I'm gluing the papers down with matte medium. In the background you can see the faithful metal easel, only inadequate for this particular project.
Putting in the last piece. I'm wearing my favorite Torpedo Factory t-shirt which says, "Go to your studio and make stuff."
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