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Seamus
Berkeley

Beauty in the Ordinary

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  • Starting a Painting: See the Subject in Simple Shapes

    Starting a Painting: See the Subject in Simple Shapes

    In creating representational artwork, it can be easy to become overwhelmed by all the details in a subject. Here’s one method to move out of overwhelm and into more ease when starting a work of art. Creating artwork is one way to become more aware of our visual perception and open our experience to see […]

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  • Scaling a Composition

    Scaling a Composition

    In creating representational artwork, how can we translate the subject composition to the working surface and maintain the relationship of the elements in the subject? The process of creating artwork can lead to becoming more aware of visual perception and open our experience to see the beauty in the ordinary.

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  • Green, Red, and Orange Peppers

    Green, Red, and Orange Peppers

    Still life oil painting of a red, orange and green peppers on a contrasting background of bright green and dark violet invite you to see colorful vegetables a new way. Green, Red, and Orange Peppers, original oil on canvas, 8.5″ x 5″, framed, $325Oil painting by Seamus Berkeley

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