Wednesday, March 28, 2007

daily painting practice- Cowboy Dave

Back in October, I posted the (work in progress photos) of Cowboy Dave.






I finally got around to finishing it. I will trim it back to 14"x14". Here are a few details and the final.

My favorite part is my reflection in the gold watch. How vain is that?
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Cowboy Dave
14"x14"
oil on masonite
This is a studio piece that will be for sale at my show at the (So-Oh Gallery) in September.

8 comments:

Cara Dawn Romero said...

This is fantastic. I love the reflection on the watch. (Is it you?) You have really outdone yourself with this from the composition all the way through.

Robin Neudorfer said...

Wow! A very fun piece, and yes the reflection is the cherry on top. Love to see that you consistently work from life.

Mary Sheehan Winn said...

I wouldn't call it vanity, just mastery.
There is usually one area in my paintings that I favor for it's subtlety. Like that reflection.
Love looking at the process.

Rhonda Hurwitz said...

The reflection is incredible, and adds so much to an already "swell" painting. good luck with your show

The Epiphany Artist said...

I noticed the reflection immediately haha good piece :)

kay Crain said...

So cool, Peter. I hadn't looked at your blog for a while.
I'm guessing those musical notes took a bit of time. I love the 'cowboy dave' graphics...so nostalgic and the SP in the pocket watch, Awesome!!

m collier said...

Great Piece

PaintingEachDay said...

Peter, I don't know HOW you got the sheet music so perfect ... that must've been quite a project. Beautiful painting!!! Love the watch as well ...