Hidden in this Oil on Canvas Sheet you will find the cat and the guinea fowl. The painting is on 265 gsm canvas measuring 228 mm x 305 mm or 9 in x 12 in. Its fairly bright and will work in a confined space, in the loo or in a study. Wherever it hangs it will elicit comment – probably something like “I wonder what the artist was smoking” or “Perhaps the artist will tell us where he gets his good stuff”
I’m brave enough (or crazy enough, depending on your point of view) to tackle most challenges. You’re invited to send me your favourite photo and put me to the test. You can mail me at BruceA684@gmail.com and I’ll get back to you within a day or so
Most artists I know can knock out a finished work in a few days. Some even in a day. I’m a little slower. In fact, I probably feature towards the end of the field. Start off like the hare and then get side tracked. What with writing for a car show in our suburb, grandchildren and sundry other distractions, I’m likely, most times, to finish behind the hare!
The car show was successful but is now a thing of the past so there is no excuse for not painting. Here’s an update on the Bull Elephant which I wrote about in February. He is slowly coming together and should be done in a week or so. Not the best image as it was taken with a mobile. My own camera fell and the case shattered. There are no spares available so I will have to fork out for a new one in the not too distant future.