Tuesday, February 1, 2011

Snowballs

It feels like forever since my last post.. How many times have you read that on a blog?
  This is a piece from a few weeks ago. I was painting with a couple friends Ian Bruce (keep an eye out for Ian) and Colin Page . If you go to Colin's website journal a couple weeks back you will see his great painting from this day. As we all painted, if the wind blew even a touch it would send a dusting of snow on your canvas or palette or both! We had a great time even with freezing feet and random snow deposits...

Here is the new video, finally released after much clamor in the art world :)  Creative Convergence Video   I am interviewed a little and reveal a top secret about seeing color and variations of within a mass.. I was punished severely by the gang for letting this cat outta the bag but its worth it, I share. enjoy.

This video is also being shown at the Cape Cod Museum of Art to coincide with the Creative Convergence show that runs through the end of February at Addison Art Gallery and the Museum. See it if you can.

5 comments:

Mary Byrom said...

Thanks for the vid. It is great to see the different perspectives.

Dan Corey said...

Thank you and your welcome Mary!

The video was shot and edited by Jon Goward. Thank you Jon!

rahina q.h. said...

brilliant colour handling!

Mick Carney said...

Really been missing your posts. Great video and love the picture. Only question, why did you choose the particular palette that you have used?

Dan Corey said...

Thank you Rahina!

Hey Mick, thanks. as for "why?" to keep it simple for here, its based on color relationships that I viewed when painting on location. I know thats not really a reason "why" but its way shorter answer for here.