Wednesday, January 8, 2014

ImagineWorld

24 x 30 - Oil on stretched canvas

I've been wanting to try painting this kind of subject matter for quite a while, so when the local art association called "Imagination" as the monthly challenge topic I finally had my excuse. So yes, this literally was just imagined in my head without a reference photo of any kind, without even drawing it, I just went right to laying paint on the canvas. And the nice part about it is that as a viewer, you get to imagine whatever back story you'd like.

Tuesday, January 29, 2013

Sunset on "Doomsday" - landscape painting by Kirk Witmer

Sunset on "Doomsday"
8 x 10" - oil on wood
SOLD!

This was done from a photo that I took about 5:00PM on 12-21-12. I thought if it was to be our last day on earth I'd want a picture to remember it by. Thank goodness we don't have to worry now about the Mayan's calendar ending. But boy oh boy didn't the Discovery channel get some mileage out of that!

This is the first piece after not painting for four months, so I thought I'd try something not so challenging to ease myself back into the swing of things. It's different from my normal work since it's very loose and "painterly". I know some of my artist friends will be proud of me for loosening up, but I'm rarely happy with the end result when I do that.

Another first for me .... this is actually painted on wood. Raw wood, with just a coat (or two?) of gesso on it to keep the paint from sinking into the wood. I did enjoy working on this new support so perhaps there will be more done on wood in the future. We'll see.


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Wednesday, June 27, 2012

Patience - Texas landscape by Kirk Witmer

18 X 24" - Oil on stretched canvas
This one came from three different source photos and it seemed to take forever to paint. I'd thought of titling it "What's Taking Him So Long?" but realized that "Patience" tells the story just as well.
$400 + $24 s&h

Tuesday, May 15, 2012

Typical Texas Series #1


16 x 32" - Oil on stretched canvas
I've decided to work on some landscape paintings of the Texas Hill country for my upcoming solo show in September and October in Georgetown. Well those, among other things. This first one was inspired by a Google maps street view image from along side FM 1174 between 1869 and 1431. Whew! Sounds like a bowl of Number Soup, doesn't it? I say "inspired" because after I got going I thought of all sorts of ways to make it more interesting. So the water, the large boulders and the distant hills were all from imagination.
$ 750
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Thursday, May 3, 2012

Self Portrait



9x12" - Graphite on Bristol vellum

The local art association that I belong to chose "Self Portrait" as the challenge project for this month, and I've done so many portraits since I started drawing last summer, that I kinda sorta felt like I had to get in on it. If you'd like to order a portrait done in this style (it's all with graphite pencils) click here to visit my website and get more information on sizes and pricing.


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Tuesday, April 17, 2012

Pipe Dreams in Mason Texas

Some of you know that I was on a field trip to Mason county this past weekend for my first attempt at plein air painting; painting outdoors in natural lighting. I've been resisting it for a long time (do I really need to torture myself with wind, insects and Texas heat?) but I've heard so many artists talk about how wonderful it is that I felt I had to at least give it a try. Turns out ... I was right to be reluctant. Outdoor painting for me on Saturday was pretty much a disaster. The sky was so cloudy and overcast there wasn't much light, which means the rock outcropping that I'd chosen to paint was pretty much all the same values; no highlights, few shadows. I've painted from photos that were more interesting. And then the winds started and got progressively stronger until they blew my panel right out of the easel. I caught it but my thumb wiped out much of a tree that was the only feature in the painting that had gone well. So that's why there's no example of a plein air work to show you today.
If I ever decide to try it again, it'll be from my patio, in the shade, and where I can plug in a fan if it gets too hot, (there are limits to what this artist is willing to endure for his craft) and I'll paint the waterfalls that feed into my koi pond. Enough said about that.

What I really want to tell you about is what a gem the town of Mason Texas is, and the gem that I found there. No, I'm not talking about topaz, the state gem of Texas which (in Texas) can only be found in Mason County. I want to tell you about the friendly, small town atmosphere, and from what I'd heard that day, I got a sense that along with its rich history, the community leaders were working together and working hard to promote Mason as a "go to destination". But the gem that I found particularly brilliant was The Seaquist Home. A tour guide took us many places of historical interest in and around Mason and stopping at this home we were told it was put on the Texas Historical registry in 1974. But what really caught my interest was learning that this grand old home was on the market. My mind gradually started turning to flights of fancy about starting an Artist's Academy there. This is a three story home with the third floor being a 30 x 60 foot ballroom. What a great classroom that could make! And there are plenty of teaching artists within easy driving distance that I believe could be attracted to such an art mecca. Depending on who you talk to and what you read, there are anywhere from 17 to 22 rooms in this place. Not that we'd want to provide B&B facilities for student artists because there are plenty of B&B's within a short walk and many more within a few minutes drive.
I was told that it needs some renovations inside but I've read in my internet research that some were probably started a few years ago but discontinued. Also heard the last person to live there had about 70 cats before the SPCA hauled them off. Couldn't get a look inside because of the No Trespassing signs but on the outside she sure looks sound and grand. And what a great gathering place this could become for artists!
There's only one problem. The tour guide told us the current asking price is $775,000.
Oh well. That's why this post is called a pipe dream. Who has that kind of money? I sure don't. But it's been fun dreaming about it.
If you're interested in reading more about this grand old lady, click here, here or here.
(Google map coordinates: 30.751444,-99.231648 )

Wednesday, April 4, 2012

Solo Exhibition - Sneak Preview

The Fiddler's Boots
oil on canvas - 24" x 30"
SOLD!

It's the morning after the square dance and as the sun slips in through the bunkhouse window, we can see that the fiddler must have gotten a bit tipsy on his way home and just pulled off his boots, piled everything on the floor and poured himself into his bunk.

This work was going into my central Texas solo exhibition in September and October, but someone bought it at a special pre-show price. You just never know what you'll find here in the way of affordable art, so be sure to subscribe your email address at the top of the right hand column if you want to keep up to date on what's new.
But that's the nice thing about art. No matter how much you sell, you can always make more!

Thursday, March 8, 2012

View of Antalya

8 x 10" - oil on masonite
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I'm lucky enough to have a son and daughter-in-law who were lucky enough to have been able to vacation last year in the resort town of Antalya, Turkey on the north shore of the Mediterranean Sea. I painted this from one of the photos they sent me from their trip. I used their photo because I liked the way the morning light was just beginning to rake down across the hillside.
Well, that, and I thought "this might be as close to Turkey as I'll ever get."

I changed it up a bit to improve the composition a little and to eliminate the lounge chairs that were lined up on a deck that was carved into the stone down at the bottom of the hillside, just above the water. I thought they spoiled the natural beauty of this view. So you can see, I'm finally remembering .... "Don't be a slave to the photo!"

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Saturday, February 18, 2012

Still Life - The Martyrdom of St. Dunkin'

The Martyrdom of St. Dunkin'
16" x 8" - oil on canvas
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This was a tough painting to do. Not the actual painting part, but staring at that doughnut! Who would have thought that one little cinnamon doughnut would make my whole studio smell like a bakery??? I kept wanting to rip it off the string and gobble it up!!! The set up in my shadowbox was looking quite boring until I added the napkin. Once I'd hit upon the title, picking the color of the napkin was a slam dunk. Ooooh. Bad pun, sorry.

A gallery owner told me about a collector looking for artwork with coffee related themes. I suppose I could have painted a quick cuppa coffee, but you know me. "If it's easy, anybody could do it." So I had to think for a while to come up with something really unique. There's even some symbolism included here, like the red for the martyr and the 13 coils of "rope" in the hangman's noose.

So, what do you think?
Did I succeed in creating something unusual?

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Thursday, February 9, 2012

Winter Scene - landscape, ice

16" x 20" - Oil on masonite

It seems like it was a long time ago that I got an idea to paint a scene that would be appropriate for having printed up for Christmas cards. and before I knew it, it was too late to get the cards made up. "The best laid plans of mice and men .... " Who said that anyway?
Ah well, the painting is done now. Maybe use it for next Christmas?

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Wednesday, February 8, 2012

Millie

9 x 12" - Graphite on Bristol 300 series vellum

Amelia Campbell Arkin is a stage, television and feature film actress. She's also my niece.
Click these links to learn more about her.
Link to Wikipedia: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Amelia_Campbell
Link to Internet Movie Data Base (filmography) www.imdb.com/name/nm0132202/

Tuesday, January 24, 2012

Gary P. Nunn, singer and songwriter

Here's my latest pencil portrait, just finished this morning.
Gary P. Nunn
8x8" - Graphite on Strathmore Bristol series 300 vellum

Gary is a popular country music singer that lives not too far from me here in central Texas.
I've been to his home and I gotta tell ya, for all his fame and celebrity, he ain't stuck up at all. ;)
If you'd like to see the photo I took this from, visit his website at www.garypnunn.com. You can even enjoy some of his music whilst you're there. And if you're anywhere near central Texas be sure to check out his schedule of upcoming performances.
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I won't promise that it'll help your singin', but it's sure to be a nice portrait.

Catching up on Last Week's Work - pencil portraits

Whew! I'm a little outta breath! I spent most of last week focusing on my pencil techniques. These three portraits are of other artists that are members of another website that I belong to. The images are all done with just graphite pencils on Strathmore Bristol 300 series vellum.

6x9" - John Stuart Webbstock

9x6" - Peta Stacy Wainwright
The photo I took this from was very grainy and I did this one just because I wanted to see what it might take to recreate that grainy look.
Naty - 6x6"

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Sunday, January 8, 2012

From Italy

A trip to Birmingham Alabama in the spring of 2010 found me at the Birmingham Art Museum where I took a picture of a very large landscape that was painted a long time ago. I've removed the figures that were bathing in the pool at the bottom. I'm just not ready to show the world my efforts at figure painting yet. Unfortunately I can't remember the title or the artist and I can't find it on the B-ham Museum's website. So I can't give you any names for the inspiration for what I've done here. If any of my artist friends might know ... HELP!!! :)
Oil on Canvas - 9 x 12"
Next time I paint something with this many details I'll choose a larger canvas!!!

I pulled out a lot of stops on this one to get better effects. Including the use of glazing to correct the values of the architecture to make them recede visually and to add in the mists rising from the waters. That was the fun part! :)

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Sunday, December 25, 2011

Pencil Portraits - Part 3 - Matthew

Because the portrait that I did of Walt Whitman turned out so well I was "under orders" to do portraits of our two sons and daughter-in-law for Christmas presents. It took awhile to get them done, and of course I couldn't post them here for fear of spoiling the surprise, so that's why you haven't heard from me recently. But now that the Christmas gifts have been opened I can finally share them with you. This is our oldest son Matthew, a professional violist.
If you're in the Los Angeles area and are looking for a string quartet or viola lessons,
click here to contact him through his website.

9x12" - graphite on paper
If you haven't seen the drawing of his brother Eric or Eric's wife Sunny,
either scroll down or click here.


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Pencil Portraits - Part 2 - Eric

Because the portrait that I did of Walt Whitman turned out so well I was "under orders" to do portraits of our two sons and daughter-in-law for Christmas presents. It took awhile to get them done, and of course I couldn't post them here for fear of spoiling the surprise, so that's why you haven't heard from me recently. But now that the Christmas gifts have been opened I can finally share them with you. This is our youngest son Eric. He said he wished that I'd have given him more hair in the drawing but I told him that "I draw what I see"
9x12" - graphite on paper

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Pencil Portraits - Part 1 - Sunny

Because the portrait that I did of Walt Whitman turned out so well I was "under orders" to do portraits of our two sons and daughter-in-law for Christmas presents. It took awhile to get them done, and of course I couldn't post them here for fear of spoiling the surprise, so that's why you haven't heard from me recently. But now that the Christmas gifts have been opened I can finally share them with you. This is our daughter-in-law Sunny. She seems to like changing her name from time to time but I just call her Sunny.
9x12" - graphite on paper


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Sunday, November 27, 2011

Snowmelt

6 x 8" - Oil on archival panel

I haven't painted much lately because I've been spending a lot of time on my hammered dulcimer, thinking that if I could polish up my Christmas repertoire I might try to hire out for Christmas parties the way I did a couple years ago. But I decided I didn't really want to do that again, so it's back into the painting.
This one came from just being desperate to get some paint on a canvas again and it came right out of my head, no photo and definitely not plein air.
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Wednesday, November 16, 2011

Burger

When I look at this, in my head I hear Sam Elliott's deep low growling voice in the memorable TV ads from so many years ago, saying "BEEF ... it's what's for dinner."
And before you ask "where's the cheese?" ... this is a hamburger, not a cheese burger. I was all out of cheese that day. :)

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Tuesday, October 11, 2011

Another Promise - nature study by Kirk Witmer

Oil on Masonite - 8x10"

I've had a lot going on in my life lately that has kept me from getting much painting done, but I'll spare you the details. In the time that I've had to paint, there haven't been many survivors.
But the reaction to one 6x8 that I posted some time ago has been so positive that I decided to try it again on a larger scale. If this gets a good reaction I may go at it again even larger and with more of a winter theme. Let me know what you think.

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Wednesday, September 14, 2011

The Hazards of Texas Wildfire

So many folks have asked me about the wildfires that continue to plague firefighters here in central Texas that I thought it might be good to provide a little info about it here. I happened to catch a Google satellite image of our area (about 30 miles northwest of Austin) at just the right time that really highlights our problem. Of course I have no idea when the images were taken but it's obvious that the part on the left, the green part, was taken some time ago and the part on the right is more recent. That would be the not-quite-so-green part.
We've set a new record for days without rainfall in central Texas, but here in our little community it's been even longer. Where we live it seems like we're always the last in our area to get rain. The grass here is so dry that it actually crunches under your feet if you walk on it. When I go out to play ball with my dog Rascal as he runs after the ball he leaves a cloud of dust and swirling beige grasses behind him. The burn ban has been heightened to the point where we're not even allowed to barbecue outside, which as you can imagine is a really big deal for Texans. With so many showing signs of being in "barbecue withdrawal" there's been talk of setting up clinics to help counsel them through these rough times. (Just kidding.)

Fires, as many of you know, have wiped out whole communities. Believe it or not, one has even been attributed to arson when four teenagers were seen leaving a woods just before a fire broke out. Well known artist Carol Marine lost her home and the new studio that her husband David worked for a year to build, escaping just in time with their camping trailer. They won't be rebuilding, but instead will move to Oregon. You can read more from Carol herself at her blog, http://carolmarine.blogspot.com and from David's point of view at http://dpwnews.blogspot.com

We're pretty much a tinder box here in Texas and there's flooding in the eastern states. That all makes me wonder: "If we can build pipelines that will move oil, why can't we build pipelines that will move water?" I guess it's because there's more profit in oil. At least until water becomes more precious.
The most likely saving grace for us here in central Texas would be rain from a hurricane that passes through, but that won't be very welcomed by the Texans who live along the Gulf of Mexico. OH! But there's no "global climate change", is there?

So ... are we in imminent danger? No, but we have created a prioritized "Bug Out" list.
Is the threat everpresent? You betcha.
One careless smoker, or even a hot shell casing from a rifle shot could set it off. And it's dove season right now. And deer season is coming. I'm just glad I don't smoke and I don't hunt, so I can't be blamed if it happens.

In closing, I just want to say.....
GOD BLESS THE FIREFIGHTERS.

Monday, September 12, 2011

Morning Fog - landscape by Kirk Witmer

Daily painting for 9/12/11 - 6 x 8" - Oil on archival panel

I titled this "Morning Fog" but as you can see it doesn't have anything to do with needing a second cup of coffee. The effort here was to convey a mood without the use of color, but instead only using values. The first step in this procedure was to create what I call "eco-gray". I do that by taking all the leftover paint on my palette from the last painting I did and mixing it until it's a uniform shade all the way through. Depending on what the last painting was, the gray may be tinted differently in each batch, so if it's too far from neutral, I'll add a touch of whatever's on the opposite side of the color wheel to pull it back toward neutral, then mix until well blended.
From there, I pulled out some white and black and started mixing a series of values. For this one I found I needed almost no black.

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Monday, September 5, 2011

The Barley Harvest, landscape w/ figures by Kirk Witmer

18 x 24" - oil on stretched canvas

This is the third in my Dorchester series. Like the first two, I've relied on lighting to set the mood and figures to tell a story. This one is obviously in bright sunlight across the landscape, which explains why, before the days of sunblocking lotions, the ladies are wearing clothes that will protect them from the sun as they work.

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Friday, August 19, 2011

Steampunk Jeff, pencil portrait by Kirk Witmer

Pencil portrait - 9 x 12"

I did this portrait in response to a challenge for artists on one of the many websites in which I participate. It was an interesting effort for me. Not because of this particular subject, but because of the "challenges" it presented. Most importantly the reflections on all the hardware. I hadn't had a subject that has presented that challenge so far, so I couldn't resist the temptation to jump in on this one.
For the purists who want to see just how close I got the the original, the challenge photo is inset into the upper right corner here.

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Monday, August 15, 2011

Walt Whitman, pencil drawing by Kirk Witmer

Pencil portrait - 9x12" on 100lb Bristol vellum
American poet Walt Whitman (1819–92) Author of "Leaves of Grass"

This is my fourth pencil portrait. The source photo is known to be one of several taken of Whitman at the time, but he chose this pose as his favorite.

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Saturday, August 13, 2011

Country Lane, landscape by Kirk Witmer

18x24" - oil on stretched canvas

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There is a 6x8" artist's "study" done before this painting was started,
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This is the second in my Dorchester series. It shows us a young lady on the road, going from the sunlight into the darkness of an uncertain future.
Here's the screen capture that became my source photo for this painting. It's easy to see I've made a lot of changes, starting with the widesecreen format! But overall I think the changes have improved the composition and provided for more excitement in the finished work.

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Saturday, July 30, 2011

Harrison Ford as Woodrow Dolarhyde

Pencil drawing - 9x12"

This piece is not for sale (I'm sure my source photo is copyrighted!) I just did this for practice. Unless of course Mr Ford happens to stop by my blog (not bloody likely!) and decides he'd like to buy it. But he'll have to figure out how we can get around the copyright restriction.
This Harrison Ford, as he appears in the movie "Cowboys and Aliens" that was just released to theatres yesterday, looks a bit different than most of us might remember him. I only hope I'll look this good when I'm 69.


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Saturday, July 16, 2011

Weaterbeaten, pencil portrait by Kirk Witmer

Pencil portrait, 9x12

Well, it's been a rough week at the easel. Four days worth of painting did not produce a single "survivor"; meaning I didn't think there was even one that was worthy of posting here without being an embarassment. Maybe my standards for my work are getting higher. Or maybe I'm just burned out on landscapes and I should go back to still lifes again for a time.
Anyway, I took a day and did another pencil portrait from a photo. Probably about eight hours in this one. I'm rather pleased with how it turned out, but it's "only close" to the cowhand in the original photo, so in that way it's a bit of a disappointment to me, because it tells me I'm not quite ready to be hiring out for portrait work yet. ....yet. But as this developed, I began to think "Hmmm, this is kinda lookin' like [insert name of famous person here], only older." I won't say for awhile yet who I was thinking of, just to see if any of you might see a resemblance too.

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Monday, July 11, 2011

A Day at the Beach, landscape by Kirk Witmer

Daily painting for July 11 - 6x8" - oil on archival panel

I thought a summertime theme would be a good thing to paint in the summer.
What says "summer" more than a day at the beach?

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Sunday, July 10, 2011

Study for Space Art #1

Daily painting for July 7th - 6x8" - oil on archival panel

This one was elusive. Not the painting, but photographing it! I took more than twenty photos trying to capture the glow on this celestial body and this seems to be the best of the lot. I'm still not sure this does it justice. If you like this image, you should see it in person.
But again, this is another study in preparation for a larger painting.

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Monday, July 4, 2011

The Architect, pencil portrait by Kirk Witmer

9x12" - Pencils on 50lb paper

Six months ago I bought a box of pencils thinking I'd try my hand at drawing with just pencils. Yesterday I finally got around to opening the box, so here's my first serious attempt at a portrait done with pencils. Did this all on one day, in about 8 hours. Since this is something new for me, your critique is welcome.
Who is he? I hear you ask..... Frederick Law Olmstead toured through Texas in 1853 with his brother, a horse, a pack mule and a Colt Navy revolver. He ended up writing a book entitled "A Journey through Texas", but some years later he went on to become the landscape architect that designed New York City's Central Park. Imagine that!




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Sunday, July 3, 2011

Sunset on the Old Mill, landscape by Kirk Witmer

Daily painting for June 29 - 6x8" - oil on archival panel

This was done in response to one of the weekly challenges on Daily Paint Works. I decided to make my version that magic hour of evening sunset lighting.

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Tuesday, June 28, 2011

Lighthouse at Harry's Cove, landscape, seascape painting by Kirk Witmer

Daily Painting for June 27 - 6x8" - oil on archival panel

Many years ago an artist uncle of mine gave me a miniature (about 3x4") painting that he'd done and I've treasured it ever since. We've lost touch in recent years, but I thought of him when I had no idea this morning what I would paint for my daily and decided to let him inspire me. This painting is quite different than his but it's a spin off from his lighthouse on the bluff scene. I wonder if he's still alive. I'll have to try to reconnect. Thanks for your help, Harry.

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