This is an oil painting that I did of a clients dogs.This is a large painting done life size on their favorite blanket it was amazing how close these two were.This painting was really a joy to do!
Sunday, 27 February 2011
Another oil painting Mates is a favorite of My wife Heather,and I've failed in every a tempt to sell it lol.The subjects in this painting are two Mute Swans that I observed for years at mill pond outside London Ontario.The two mates were inseparable.The most difficult and time consuming part of this painting was the reflections in the water I had to really think abstractly.
Saturday, 26 February 2011
This is an oil painting I did years ago called Marsh Goose.Marsh Goose is one of my most popular pieces.Oil painting was my first and favorite medium unfortunately I stopped doing oil a few years ago due to allergies but have decided to get back into it hopefully this summer.
Thursday, 24 February 2011
Introducing Bryce my son art student and philosopher.This is a digital painting I did of him.Trying to capture his fun loving essence (he actually took the photo reference I used himself).The background represents colorful and infinite imagination he's always had.Bryce is a creative spirit and an amazing young man!Visit my website
Wednesday, 23 February 2011
Tuesday, 22 February 2011
Introducing Ricky the raccoon.This little fellow spent the summer with us coming out of the woods right after I sparked the BBQ,EVERY NIGHT LIKE CLOCKWORK.Heather and I enjoyed watching him grow up from this little cuddly dude tagging along with his mother to a very friendly and not so shy adolescent.This piece was done in charcoal on vellum Strathmore paper.Look for more of Ricky to come!
Monday, 21 February 2011
Pride is a drawing of the epic pride and strength of the Native American.Drawn in pen brush and ink on cold pressed watercolor paper.This drawing was years in the making started in 2000 and finally completed January 2011.He is a Cheyenne Chief who fought bravely at Little Bighorn.
Sunday, 20 February 2011
Fast Thunder a portrait of a Sioux Chief I do believe circa 1880's.This portrait was done in charcoal on vellum Strathmore paper.He is the most resent of a series of Native Americans and the first in charcoal the others which I'll post soon are in pen and ink.I have always had an interest in the People who originally inhabited the America's possibly being part native myself.https://sites.google.com/site/wadeclarkartisticimpressions/home
Saturday, 19 February 2011
This painting is titled At the fountain.At the fountain is a color pencil painting 14in-11in on vellum Strathmore paper using Prisma and Derwent color pencils.This painting depicts a young female English Sparrow coming for a drink at my water fountain in the garden.My inspiration for this painting was the varieties of textures in the different elements,the warm muted grays and of course the beautiful reflections in the brass ball.Alot of color layering and burnishing was involved in this piece 10 layers alone in the ball and reflections.
Friday, 18 February 2011
Hello everyone this is my first post on my blog.This is a charcoal that I finished the other day.It was done on 14in-11in vellum paper made by Strathmore and a medium and dark charcoal pencil.I also used a paper stomp in two sizes a thick one for broad blending and a very thin one for details.The subject matter is a Downy Woodpecker that I sketched and photographed in Devon Park in Windsor, she was very curious making her a great subject.