Friday, April 29, 2016

May 1968, On Crocus Hill

 
May1968, On Crocus Hill 
Painted yesterday but thinking back to 1968....a very pretty day in May...long, long ago. Acrylic collage painting on heavy archival paper, 11 x 15 inches, image size 9.75 x 11 inches.

Here is the video showing the last painting stage of this work:

Tuesday, April 26, 2016

April Morning



It's unusual for me to do morning pictures, but it was very pleasant being out on the roads at that hour. Rainy, overcast and cool....past greening pastures and into the forest, noisy with birdsong.  The video recording the last stage of this piece is in the link below. This piece is (Sold).

https://youtu.be/HLSzup7uxLI

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Sunday, April 24, 2016

At a Distance


At a Distance
......in the forest, looking toward the distant meadow. Sometimes looking 'far' brings to mind 'long ago', in a bittersweet way. Acrylic collage painting on heavy archival paper 11 x 15 inches, image size 9.75 x 10.25 inches.
 
 
The video documenting the last stage of making this work is here    https://youtu.be/l9jnQRfBQQs   or type in Harry Stooshinoff into the YouTube search bar to find all my process videos.
 

Wednesday, April 20, 2016

First Greening

https://youtu.be/lb7BOG3GZHQ
......click on this link to see a video of  the final part of the painting.....

 
......cool, gentle, spring days are greening up the fields of winter wheat.....


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Tuesday, April 19, 2016

Hidden



acrylic collage on heavy archival paper, 11 x 15 inches, signed lightly in pencil. I feel a need for these kinds of compositions, made in the midst of the landscape collage, and pure landscape paintings. The mind whirls in all kinds of ways......having little to do with a singular vision of things. Yet this is as much about what my day has been, as the other paintings are. These are about what was seen, and felt, about events that happen over time, in a day or longer. They are about conclusions reached, musing on the mystery of my own responses. Design has its dictates here too....but I feel there is much room for invention in this form. It is so important to feel unbound.....and yet the finished piece always seems to provide a sense of security too.
(Sold)

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Monday, April 18, 2016

From Hermit Lane



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From Hermit's Lane
....from a hidden lane.....on a warm, April mid afternoon....a vista looking east. Acrylic and pencil on unprimed Whatman paper 10 x 13.75 inches, image size 8.5 x 12 inches.