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Tuesday, January 31, 2012

3 New Paintings on Canson, smooth side, 9"x12"

Better photo taken w/camera. ©2012 Paula Ann Ford, Untitled. Soft Pastels on Canson (smooth side), 9"x12" (#9-2012)
#9 is SOLD


Better photo taken w/camera. ©2012 Paula Ann Ford, Untitled. Soft Pastels on Canson (smooth side), 9"x12" (#10-2012)



Better photo taken w/camera. ©2012 Paula Ann Ford, Untitled. Soft Pastels on Canson (smooth side), 12"x9" (#11-2012)

2 comments:

Ida M. Glazier said...

I don't hink I left a comment on this but I did look at this yesterday too! Are you just getting use to the canson, or have you always used it from time to time??? Everyone one, it seems , on WC seems to hate it!! I also like using it, especially for plein-air--and I have uesed it from even large ones. Shoot, the only ones that I have sold have been on Caanson!!!
Yours are beautiful, so full of light and color---are these with photo references? or from plein air sketches? or are they plen-air? They look every fresh!

Paula Ann Ford said...

Hi Ida, I have only used Canson a couple of times since I started painting and hated it!!! I attended a workshop recently and the instructor asked us to use it, so I did and thoroughly enjoyed it. I'm looking forward to using it here in my studio and doing plein air too.

These pieces were from reference photos and were done at the workshop. The instructor did not touch the paintings.

Thank you so much for your kind comments!!