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Stefan513953 - Part 4 - Assignment 4 - Re-Constructed Landscape

Assignment 4 – ‘A Constructed Landscape’

I described my contextual research, my initial experiments and my plan forward for this assignment in a separate post at: https://ocapainting1.stefanschaffeld.com/?p=3055 Final Painting: The constructed Landscape (12 segments each 40 x 40 cm – total 120 x 160 cm), Ink and acrylic on primed paper 600 g/sqm Preparatory work: As roughly outlined in my initial thoughts I looked up first my two sketchbooks…

Sketchbook pages (13): Sketchbook #11 – Aare river, Switzerland

This sketchbook is from my sketch crawl close to my residence in Switzerland (Bremgarten, canton Bern) at the river Aare. Inspired by nature, water and residential architecture in the neighbourhood. My physical and embodied encounter with the world around me. I have to say that it was quite cold outside, around zero and felt like minus something. Well prepared with…

Sketchbook pages (12): Sketchbook #08 – Bernese Oberland, Switzerland

Sketching outdoor and looking outside through windows at and in the neighbourhood of my workplace in Meiringen, Switzerland and some views on the mountain Niesen, Thun on the way back home. Working fluently with watercolour, exploring human presence, and investigating various viewpoints. A visual note-taking of impressions and thoughts. A time based looking through my sketchbook –  filled with impressions:…

Stefan513593 - Sketchbook Part 4 - 5

Sketchbook pages (11): Exploration of theme ‘The Mountain Cries’

Based on my earlier sketchbook works I explored deeper how I can work with water and fluidity. I eventually came up with some ideas and a new theme  ‘The Mountain cries‘. Keeping the void and the deep black as visual elements. Color: visual element, uncanny, mood, I am excited to see how this will develop further. I can links to eco…

Project 2 – Exercise 4: Still life with man-made objects

For my third still life painting in this project I decided for a ‘man-made objects’ on which I can improve my painting approach in a loose and more expressive manner. I will skip due to time constraints  exercise 3 (natural objects). This exercise ask for a simple, compelling arrangement (max four objects with a common use), and creating a visual drama through tonal…