Friday, October 3, 2008

"Quick" - SOLD

I tend to paint rather slow. When I tell people each painting takes between two to three hours, some seem surprised. But really, even if my brush strokes appear loose or quick, I actually try to deliberately place each piece of paint. There are, however, some really great painters who can lay down a painting in twenty minuets. I've watched the videos, and they amazes me. But, I like the comfort of working slow.


milindmulick said...

slow and steady man,you have won the race.

Edward B. Gordon said...

exelent work !

Barbara M. said...

Hi Aaron,

I find it comforting to know that
so much thought goes into the
perfection you create. Your paintings
do have a lovely loose air, but
they are also all exactly the
way a painter wants a painting to look. Another spectacular work.


Theresa Rankin said...

Painting loose is not a slapdash system. It takes great knowledge, though and skill to render a subject so beautifully and not just have a haphazard mess. You have proven yourself over and over to have the necessary qualities to execute the sublime. Your work inspires me every time I see it.

Theresa Rankin said...

OOps thought not though

Taryn Day said...

It's interesting to think that you work slowly and with careful consideration. Your ability to distill a lot of visual information into something essential takes years of practice (as well as total concentration).

Joan Breckwoldt said...

I just discovered your blog and your work is beautiful. I especially like the way your colors have such harmony, background color can be so important yet so difficult, your backgrounds always seem to enhance your paintings.

Julian Merrow-Smith said...

Lovely painting Aaron.

Mary Sheehan Winn said...

The eye recognizes the deliberately thoughtful work. In another post you mentioned covering up a perfect mark, just by being over exhuberant. I hate when I kill the freshness!
Your thought shows in your paintings.
Beautiful color harmonies everytime.