Oil Paint Glazing by Michael Newberry
Glazing is one of the greatest tools in the artists’ repertory that no artist should be without. It is relatively easy to do, creates beautiful luminosity, and can free a painter’s inhibitions.
There are many variations on glazing, but I would like to show you the method I like best.
For this demo, I am only glazing, but glazing also works great in combination with other painting techniques, and for delicate finishing touches.
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Integration, Part 1: Light by Michael Newberry
Integration is, perhaps, the most complex problem in making art. Often it is the cause of an artist’s agony and ecstasy. In this two part series, each tutorial will focus on one problem and show how the solution fits into the whole.
The theme of Counterpose is about a harmony of contrast. At that time in my life, it reflected my quest to pull together many different aspects of art and life and to balance them.
I have removed the color from this image so that we can focus on the tonal values of the light.
Counterpose, 1990, oil on linen, 36×42″ (Black/white photo)
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