Monday, August 15, 2011
Black & White Landscape #9
T. Renner, "Black & White Landscape #9," 2011, acrylic on paper, 6" x 4".
Spent July 31 painting small works on paper at the City-Wide Open Studio event sponsored by the Contemporary Art Museum St. Louis.
I don't have a studio that could be made open to the public so I was painting at the Artist Studio Building on Washington Avenue, just a couple blocks west of CAM.
Finished pieces were free for the taking, and I gave a number them away, but I have a bunch leftover, which I'll be posting over the next couple of weeks.
I limited my palette to three colors: titanium white, mars black, and ivory black. Subjects were limited to landscapes and "x"s.
Best comment was from someone who asked, "How are they free? You should charge $10 or $20 each."
By the way, I have some much larger work hanging at the recently opened Tavern of the Fine Arts, 313 Belt at Pershing, in the DeBaliviere neighborhood of St. Louis.
Posted by Tony Renner at 7:57 AM