At the same park, the class painted another. I was most interested in the subtle shifts in grey which defined the planes of these buildings. I didn’t take the time to make a perfect drawing of this scene, instead choosing to play the values off one another in hopes the planes would end up in the right places, which they more or less did. Without a great drawing, it’s much easier to dive into abstraction. So glad to have the time to push this.
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