This is a theme that has been popping up a bit this year.  A couple of weeks ago I was commissioned to do a painting to match one that one of my collectors  bought earlier in the year. She requested a similar scene but with a more moody/misty feel to it.

Here is the painting’s history.

Waitete Revisited Kadira Jennings,New Romantic Paintings

Waitete Revisited – Underpainting – block in

OMG there’s an elephant in the sky!!

Which progressed to an under layer of colour and establishing the sky clouds.  These clouds flowed really smoothly – such a pleasure  to paint when it all works!

Waitete Revisited Kadira Jennings,New Romantic Paintings

Initial colour layer and cloud work

And many layers later  – after more work on the clouds, mist and foreground we have …….

Waitete Revisited Kadira Jennings,New Romantic Paintings

The Finished Painting
18″ x 18″

And here they are together

Waitete Paintings

Waitete Paintings

 

For a better look at it – please visit my website Waitete Revisited

Next Thursday’s Post: The Value of Underpainting

Next Monday’s Post: Creative Processes – Talking About Resistance

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Unveiling I NZ Oil Painting - Kadira Jennings

Unveiling I

 

Morning Mist is the subject of this work. It would seem that I forgot to take any progress photos when painting it, sorry for that.  This work ‘Unveiling I’ is the first in a series of three paintings of the same subject.  As I looked over the back fence at WaiteteBay, across the hills one morning, I was fascinated by the way the morning mist caught the light as it burnt off the hills. It almost seemed as if the mist itself was on fire.

If you would like to see more of my work, please visit my website Kadira’s Work

Next Thursday’s Post: Unveiling II

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