oil on canvas, 24x18"
Rita Salazar Dickerson
|Stage 1: Painting in the loose lines of the landscape.|
|Stages 2: Blocking in the darkest value.|
Stage 3: Blocking in the purples and blues.
|Stage 4: Adding the green to the trees.|
|Stage 5: Completing the blocking in of the green in the trees.|
|Stage 6: Painting in the tree trunks and branches.|
|Stage 7: Adding detail to the trees using a palette knife. I painted wet-on-wet.|
|Stage 8: Completing the detail in the trees with a palette knife.|
|Stage 9: Painting in the fence.|
|Stage 10: Using a palette knife I completed the detail of the wood and stone fence.|
|Stage 11: I completed the painting by blocking in the foreground and then finishing it with a palette knife. And then my favorite part, comparing the final painting with the 10x8" study. I used more color and texture throughout the final painting.|