I can see in your photos to this super vibrant street painting editingI hope the results of tones created by oil pastelsGreetings and happy sunday.
That looks like such fun. I wish I had time to just sit and paint or draw.
I don't know 20 weight oil from oil pastels, but I do like what he's doing on that canvas. You must be a painter! So paint something today, take a picture of it, and post it on your blog for us to admire. OK?
Looks like he's painting from business cards. You've shown lots of talent the last few days on your posts. Have a great Sunday, Randy!
Lovely to see artists in the process of creation. They are all using lots of colour, inspired by the colourful area, I guess.
I love miniatures in any medium.
Those are like crayons and were always a challenge for me, it is hard to believe that is what he uses, it looks great.
I love the richness of the colors in his painting
love the way he captured the adobe perfectly!
That painting is very vibrant.
From the looks of the piece he is working on it's easy to see he has mastered the medium!
I agree with you Randy.
I've dabbled with pastels but never got anything even remotely artistic!He's good too!
Oh, I like that painting very much.
Hallo , thanks for your visit to my blog !this is a nice picture... love very much painters..., ciao
It would be really great to see rea painters at work...
So many talented artists gathered in one place!
The colours look so very rich!
Your picture looks so beautiful.Good work...
Me too Randy..isn't he so well organised there!
I'm with you on the tones that oil pastels create. Nice capture!
I like the crayons.
I agree. Very nice.
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