Tuesday, November 16, 2010

Rembrandt Palette

Last week, I also attended a workshop with James Sulkowski, a portrait artist from Canonsburg, PA.  The all-day portrait class focused on using a limited palette known as the Rembrandt Palette - white, yellow ochre, vermilion (or cad read light) and black.  I had to leave early - so, didn't get to totally "finish."  However, I think my painting does at least look like a person and actually resembles the model.    Not too bad since I've only been attempting portraits for less than a year.

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