Thursday, August 12, 2010

Bentleyville Day 5




I know it's going pretty slow. I only get about an hour or two a day to work on it. Also, I am just taking my time. I'm really really enjoying this. I wonder if there is a niche opportunity for group vintage portraits. I love looking at all the faces. I like the way people in group portraits relate to each other. I am already excited about the prospect of doing more of these.

6 comments:

Rebecca Anthony said...

I'm sure there is huge opportunity for painting vintage portraits. I can really tell you're enjoying this Julie. Each day that I get the opportunity to follow your progress with this painting it's like a few more pieces have been added to the puzzle only this my friend is a million times more incredible!

My name is PJ. said...

I so enjoy when you show us the slow progress, Julie. It doesn't take away from the magic of your art at all.

5thsister said...

It is coming together very well...is that a "stogie" I see! LOL. Priceless!

Kass said...

I love watching this portrait advance. You could have a lucrative business just painting old family photos up for people (like a friend of mine who goes around painting old family homes from old photos).

Sue said...

This whole process is fascinating to watch. Thanks!

=)

Jenny said...

This is absolutely amazing - you are doing a fantastic job!!!