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oil painting Title: Coming Home

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Excited to share the latest addition to my shop: Victorian Antique Watercolour Painting - Signed - John Morris - Listed Artist - Landscape Painting - Original Fine Art - Scottish School

Excited to share the latest addition to my shop: Late 20th Century - Vintage Oil Painting - Windsor Castle - Signed - Gilt Frame - Landscape Oil Painting - British Royal Family - Monarchy

Excited to share the latest addition to my shop: Victorian Antique Lanscape Oil Painting - Gilt Frame - Thatched Cottage - Peasants - Mountains - Vintage Landscape Oil - English School #

Excited to share the latest addition to my shop: Victorian Seascape Oil Painting - Signed - Gilt Frame - English School - Coastguard - Rocks - Cliffs - Stormy Seas - Vintage Oil Painting

Excited to share the latest addition to my shop: Pair of Antique Victorian Watercolour Landscape Paintings - Gilt Frames - English School - British Countryside - Woodland - Forest - Trees

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First time with varnish :)
P.s please excuse my wobbly arm

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Streets. Houses. Sky.
an exhibition by Eric Dyer

Opening: June 4th 5-8 pm
Tilden, 345 Taylor Street, San Francisco, CA 94102

At first glance, my paintings look like they may be ink drawings, but I go through the process of mixing my own black oil paint from alizarian crimson, prussian blue, and burnt umber, to produce a deep and layered black. Once a mark is made, there is no going back.

Streets—the reality of the city where everything happens and is overlooked. A place where people will see only as far as their eyes let them. I grew up in Texas, a land dominated by roads and cars, where it is easy to be alone. Now I live in San Francisco, a city of sidewalks. Walking is how I get around. Walking gives us a chance to slow down, for our thoughts to catch up with us. It’s also a way to connect us to the neighborhoods where we live—it’s easier to meet people, to stop and look around. Everything starts from the ground up.

Every mistake lives in the painting.

Houses—the story of the city. Buildings shouting their history from rooftops only to be forgotten by the ground below. An accumulation of people’s ideas. Protection from the outside world. A space where we hide our thoughts and desires, but also where we share those same things with people we love.

In life, scenes exist as a memory—a meditation of the past and what’s to come. It requires me to slow down while painting, like slowing down to look at the city.

The sky above. A moment of hope, a passing beauty, a memory flickering as thousands of years go by. The flowers float in the air, suspended in a sunbeam. Clouds dance in the afternoon sky. The stars and sky connects us all. It is where our dreams reside.

painting pictured is oil on canvas, 4x3 ft


Raelia - Painting Process Video

Oki, as promised here is the entire process of my latest drawing “Raelia”. Fear my ugly construction lines. 😅


Hey 💕 ,⠀

I hope you’re having a good Sunday so far. I always intent to aim for the best results. However sometimes or some days things just don’t go my way. Keep balance in what you do. It will make it easier to deal with lesser days. Even when you’re doing the thing that you love the most.⠀

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