I'm taking a class with Shawn Kenney at the Providence Art Club and we are doing plein air urban skyscapes. These paintings are from last week - when the evening started out grayish, but suddenly the sun came out when the sun was setting. We paint on the rooftop terrace - it is absolute heaven. The point is to paint a lot of 'starts', no real finished paintings - and it really lets you loosen up.
These paintings were done from one spot - I never moved my easel.
Gorgeous and don't look like starts to me! These are wonderful composition wise and I love the colors! Great class and you got a wonderful spot to catch all those views without having to move-Plein Air Perfect:)ReplyDelete
These are so interesting. Such unusual colors too. I feel some cityscapes coming on!ReplyDelete
These are fantastic! I really like the idea of doing these as 'starts'. I think that sounds like a lot of fun, and probably less stress too.ReplyDelete
Beautifully done Kelly and that top pink one is calling my name!
Starts? Hard to believe but they are all lovely... may you never run out of that divine pink in the first scene!ReplyDelete
So glad that it was a perfect time en plein air... a rooftop terrace
Sounds like so much fun! These are so interesting, nice and loose. Each composition is complete in itself. It's hard to believe each was painted from the same spot. Very nice!ReplyDelete
I LOVE these Kelley. What a great idea.ReplyDelete
What a fun class! I love these rooftop views! So simple and so dynamic!ReplyDelete
Great! Love your compositionsReplyDelete
Kelley, these are great- I love the skies, especially the bottom one. How great that is to find all these terrific compositions in one spot. the rooftop terrace must have been so much fun to paint from.ReplyDelete
Just sign them- they look complete!
So jealous! Sean is such a nice guy,love your work Kelley!ReplyDelete
You really got the most out of your one view. These are wonderful-super little compositions!ReplyDelete
what a wonderful little still life. the golden color really pops!ReplyDelete