Friday Faking A Matisse

It’s Friday so it faking a masterpiece day, with Ed Sumner’s Cheese and Wine Painting Club on Facebook. He started it at the beginning of the first lockdown in March 2020 and has carried on, I think we’re up to about 60 weeks now. This is a nude study by Henri Matisse. I used LiquitexContinue reading “Friday Faking A Matisse”

A Timelapse of Matisse’s Cat And Goldfish

I finished faking Matisse’s painting “Cat And Goldfish” and Husb did a short time lapse film of me working on it from beginning to end. This was the first painting I did with Ed Sumner’s Cheese and Wine Painting club almost a year ago …. had no idea then that lockdown would last this long.Continue reading “A Timelapse of Matisse’s Cat And Goldfish”

And The Cat Came Back ….

This was the very first painting I did with The Cheese And Wine Painting Club on Facebook, way back in May last year, a few weeks after the painter Ed Sumner started it up to relieve the boredom of the first lockdown. Two lockdowns and almost a year later, it’s still going because the pandemicContinue reading “And The Cat Came Back ….”

Another Fabulous Faking Friday

This weeks Friday fake with the Cheese and Wine Painting Club on Facebook is The Daisies by Matisse. It’s a lovely composition, strong and simple with fabulous colours. I read that Matisse hoarded tons of stuff so that he had loads to choose from to arrange in his still life and portrait paintings yet his styleContinue reading “Another Fabulous Faking Friday”

The Matisse Cat finished

I carried on with the acrylic painting I started yesterday in an online painting session on Facebook, hosted by the Cheese and Wine Painting Club. I did about 3 hours yesterday and another three today. The painting is a cat and goldfish by the Fauvist painter Henri Matisse, he painted cats and goldfish a lot.Continue reading “The Matisse Cat finished”

Painting A Matisse Cat

I joined in with an online painting session on Facebook today, hosted by the Cheese and Wine Painting Club. It’s an hour and a half live session and today’s painting was a cat and goldfish by the Fauvist painter Henri Matisse. I haven’t finished – there’s a few more hours work to do, but it’sContinue reading “Painting A Matisse Cat”