I struck another mono print from the pepper stencils I cut recently. This time, I put a blue back ground behind the peppers, as well as toning down the highlights.
Below are the recent veggie mono prints pinned to my studio wall.
More fun with tiny tomatoes. Having the tomatoes touch each other suggested intimacy.
This is a mono print on 300 lb watercolor paper.
Another mono print straight from the cutting board. This time I place freshly picked peppers on the green board. I combined brushwork with stencil printing.
Continuing with the tomatoes. For this piece, I set up three small tomatoes on a green cutting board. It’s a mono print with a lot of brushwork.
I created a 2nd tomato mono print, adding a pale green background behind the subject.
A new mono print of a tomato from our garden.
A variation in colors for this new Winking Dog mono print.
Snapshots from Friday night at my studio above the Catrina Ball going on in the Firehouse Art Center main gallery downstairs.
Chuck bought a Winking Dog print.
Face painting was part of the party. I decided to forgo, but many painted faces appeared. Rheanna Medina and friend showed off fantastic face paint.
Rheanna is a professional model who has posed for life drawing groups I have attended. Here she is posing with 2 drawings from my sketchbooks.