#295 - Windowside Portrait
5" x 7" oil on masonite Sold
I'll never get tired of the color shifts within each family (light side and shadow side). The most saturated colors usually pop out furiously like shooting stars right on the light/shadow border. Seems like sometimes the light side has to be so subtle in color shift just to maintain the brightness, but the shadowside has a lot of room to play, during the long ride, on it's way to nothing at all.
I've memorized every single color spot on this painting because I used it to learn how to get consistent results out of my printer and monitor during my color management battle this last month. I should make a memorial from the countless fallen prints that had to die, lying glossy-side-down on the battlefield. New prints could visit the memorial that would read, "Here rest the prints that laid down their lives, so that our color could be true."
btw- made some changes to the paypal buttons to accommodate the new "buy a print" button (edit: had to hide the "buy painting" one because it sold). Any feedback is much appreciated.