Above are the latest in my loooooooong challenge to paint the same pastel scene 100 times.  For those who would rather not scroll down to read the “rules”, these are small paintings done to experience choosing colors that are perhaps not what one would choose on a regular basis….it’s been a great learning experience and I’m only on #18.      The rules I chose were to make each painting 5 X 7″, complete (or as much as possible) in 30 minutes and make each one different.    I’m hoping to set up a link to a separate page so that you can see them all at once as I progress.

Again, if you would like to see the previous 16, plus the outline drawing and notan (showing value choices), just scroll down.   I think I got a little mixed up in my numbering, but I really just have finished 18 at this point.   I’ve made a promise to myself to finish in 2011………..

Hope you enjoy!

3 Responses to “100 Pastel Challenge – #17 & 18”

  1. thom says:

    You are a machine! And each one still has differences that make them interesting! I like when you pair them like this…

  2. admin says:

    Thanks. I really want to start a page that is linked from the blog and website to this challenge. By the way, I never got an email announcing the new posting. I wonder if something is wrong. I went back in and edited it, so I could hit Publish again. Let’s see if it worked. I’m assuming you got an email.

  3. You go, girl!
    I’m impressed with your desire to explore a way to make each painting different.
    I love the lavendar mnt. in the second pix. It goes a long way in providing persepective.

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