Paintings by Wyn Easton

Sunday, February 26, 2006

This was painted in downtown Wake Forest. It was real warm outside yesterday. Great fun talking to the little kids that came by.
11x14 oil on canvas panel

Friday, February 24, 2006

This is a big one. I spent some time on it. I did a small study from a photograph, then used a toned canvas. This is one of my favorites.

Still waters 20x24 oil on stretched canvas

When I sit on my couch, this is what I see when I look down the hall. I liked all of the angles and the way it makes you wonder what's around that corner.

Down the hall
12x16 oil on streched canvas

Saturday, February 18, 2006

I was headed home from art class Thursday night when I noticed the moon. It was very low in the sky with thin clouds glowing all around it. I had to stop and try to capture it.

Night Parking 14x11 oil on canvas panel

Tuesday, February 14, 2006

I took the picture of this scene up in the West Virginia hills. I liked the shadows in the snow. I like the way the painting turned out too.

11x14 oil on canvas panel

Thursday, February 09, 2006

I did this one in art class. My instructor said it reminds him of work by Wayne Thiebaud. You have to make a bold statement when you only have a hour to finish the painting. 11x14 oil on canvas panel.

It's been cold outside so I've been doing some still life work. This one is 9x12 oil on a canvas panel.

Wednesday, February 01, 2006

This is another one from my West Virginia weekend. It's 11x14 oil on a canvas panel. It was real warm for the end of January. The snow was melting fast.
This is by a little town called Edray.

I was up in the West Virginia mountains over the weekend. It was surprisingly warm. This painting is a 9x12 oil on a canvas panel. I used painting knives for this one. The location is behind the condos at Snowshoe.