and other things.... This is my daily art blog. I'm artist Dee Sanchez and I live and work in Alameda, New Mexico - the land of blue skies, red hills, and three unique cultures. What a beautiful place to paint! Join me on my daily painting quest, my plein air adventures, my video logs, my "getting ready for a show" preparations, my painting tips, and I may even throw in an opinion or two...I also document my struggles with getting healthy and my crazy family life
Wednesday, March 07, 2012
Five New 150 Challenge paintings
I haven't titled them yet, but wanted to let you see them right away.
This is a vase of poppies from an old photograph
This is a view of the stream and Pedernal
at the little village of Canones, New Mexico, near Abiquiu Lake.
This is from a pretty horrible blurry photo I snapped while driving along these fields - somewhere near Abiquiu or Jemez.
I'll post it sometime this week so you could see what I was dealing with!
I always paint a painting with this subject matter for my 150 shows. I like it to call it the "golden spot" or something like that. It reminds me of just a little slice of New Mexico paradise.
This was an old house perched on a hill headed towards Ghost Ranch. The house itself was a dull grey-blue, but it contrasted so much with the mountains that I felt I had to change it. The beautiful golden tree was also a bright green, which didn't fit in with my plan!
I should have these posted into the 150 Challenge blog tonight. To view the show so far, click HERE.
Posted by Dee Sanchez at 11:44 AM
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I've been following your blog for a number of years and have noticed that you have departed from your usual black lines...
I love both of your styles very much, is there a reason for the omission of the black lines?
Thanks and good luck to you!