Working on bringing the famous Flatiron building to life.
Work in progress - Houston St view of Katz's Deli in NYC.
Most paintings, I work evenly all over but for some, I complete sections as I work. On February Pharmacy, after completing the underpainting, I finished it off from right to left.
First stage of a new, large work - 48" x 30"
This is the underpainting for a 6" square wood panel.
This shows the 6" square wood panel painting at four various states of completion. The color tones vary and the warmth of the third stage was ultimately replaced by a cooler, crisper winter mood.
Currently in progress piece.
The underpainting for one of the illustrations in The Sound of All Things.
The gouache underpainting on a 6" square wooden panel atop my drawing table.
A concept sketch for an early piece for The Sound of All Things.
The first piece for The Sounds of All Things after completing the underpainting stage.
This shows three stages of completion for my French Grunt (Yellow) 6" square wood panel painting, part of my Primary Fish series.
This piece came into focus nicely over roughly four stages of completion.
In progress, shortly after going into color.
Early sketch for fireworks scene in The Sound of All Things. The decision was later made to remove the background attractions and leave just the fireworks and crowd.
This was a roughed in stage sent to the publisher for any comments before proceeding to completion.
This was my studio wall during the sketching phase of The Sound of All Things
A bunch of photos gathered while working on The Sound of All Things. The couple at the top are author Myron Uhlberg's parents.
Color palette for a painting, kept nice and moist inside the tupperware container.
The underpainting stage of my Dominica painting on canvas board.
An illustration from The Sound of All Things
Some of the ride in the final piece is the pure underpainting showing through.
Wood panel gouache underpainting