Face Making

Artist Gwenn Seemel’s bilingual blog about all the faces she makes while painting faces and other things.

Working on many paintings at the same time

2010 . 03 . 15 - Comments / Commentaires (2)

My sweetheart helped me put together two time lapse videos of me working on a handful of paintings.


In this first one, I work mostly on the painting featured in this post about process, but I also use the colors that I mix for Hazel’s portrait on everything else I have going in the studio, turning them into a funny kind of family.  Also, David brings me a strawberry to munch on because he’s the best.


I took this time lapse soon after the first one.  When I water down the paint a lot, I work on my canvases laid out on the floor; when I leave the acrylics thicker, I paint on my own version of an easel (okay, okay, so it’s a big glass block).  The finished paintings from this video are Jeffrey’s, Ed’s, and John’s.


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(2) Comments / Commentaires: Working on many paintings at the same time

-- Claire -- 2010 . 03 . 16 --

This is so cool! Thank you so much for posting these videos! It’s great to see you at work! I recognized Ed’s portrait right away, even though the final version is quite different. You had already captured him at this point in the process. You’re doing amazing things in a small space!
And well done, David—always feed the artist!

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-- Maggie -- 2010 . 03 . 23 --

Fun to watch! Heading down to Corvallis this weekend and will stop into the Art Center to see your show. Looking forward to it-

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