Well what do you know, finally got #13 done in my rock/boulder studies! I can’t give up on the studies especially when I only have two to go ~ so I was thrilled to get this scene done. I’ve wanted to do an Autumn painting for a while now and was glad that I could include one in with these studies.
Autumn Steps, an oil pastel (7×5) was painted on beige tinted Mi-Teintes pastel paper using mainly Senneliers, Holbeins and Neopastels brands. Because there is so much detail in this piece clay shapers, a straight-edge razor and a painters knife were used to move the paint around the surface.
The painting looks better in person (already framed and on my kitchen shelf), I’m not a good photographer! I hope you all have a wonderful weekend ~
Reference image was from Lisa Tringali, a photographer from pmp.
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