Wednesday, February 14, 2018

Mooyin

"Mooyin" (pastel, 8x8 inches) $350 framed

Sometimes I think I'd like to do a whole series of center-placed eye balls; there's something a little bit hypnotic about it.

Mooyin will be with me at the Bayou City Art Festival in Houston, March 23-25, unless she sells first.





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Friday, February 9, 2018

Fawna

"Fawna" (pastel, 7x5 inches) $195 unframed for a limited time

By popular demand, another fawn!

Some progress shots:







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Wednesday, February 7, 2018

Bitsy

"Bitsy"  (pastel, 8x6 inches) $225 unframed for a limited time.

One more for the inventory for the Bayou City Art Festival March 23-25, 2018 (If she doesn't sell first!)

Some progress shots:






Tuesday, February 6, 2018

Mohawk

"Mohawk" (pastel, 8x6 inches) $225 unframed for a limited time

The San Antonio Rodeo starts on Thursday, where I get back to my portrait sketches (and caricatures now too! - Booth C400) So we'll see how long I can keep up my flow of little pastel paintings. In 2012 I almost did a painting a day during the rodeo... maybe I can channel my younger self...

Meanwhile here're some progress shots of Mohawk:








Sunday, February 4, 2018

Baaarbie

"Baaarbie" (pastel, 7x5 inches) $195 unframed for a limited time

So I've got about 6 weeks before the beginning of my busy spring art festival season, and three of those weeks include the San Antonio Rodeo at which I do quick portrait sketches... That means I've got about 3 weeks to build up my inventory of new paintings... Aaak!

Baaarbie will be available unframed until later after the Rodeo later in February, when I'll have time to start framing stuff.





Saturday, February 3, 2018

Sadie

"Sadie" (pastel, conte pencil and pastel pencil, 10x8 inches) sold

Just finished a pet portrait, but as is my habit, this one's not it. This is one of my favorites from the Christmas Season. I've started using actual black pastel (NuPastel) underlaying the dark tones instead of building all that up with the conte pencil. Much faster, and gives a nicer, deep black!

See more samples and ordering info on my pencil portrait site www.ritakirkmandrawings.com.
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