Here's a few more photos from Monday's class. I always love to see what people are working on, & the ideas Tony has come up with for bringing those canvases to life. We had a nice mix of students in this class, & some really nice canvases. Our new friend Chris was working on this top canvas, the vase, & mastered a number of new techniques in a few days. The second canvas, called (I think) Kitchen Ballet, is just too much fun, AND it has a cornice that goes over it that's a separate piece. Oh. That one seems quite interesting to me.....
Tony's intensely working on this Moose canvas, & calling for a needle, I think, in the 3rd photo. My daughter, a LaSalle alum, loved the 4th canvas, of the Philadelphia Boathouses.
The last photo has nothing to do with the Minieri class, but was last night's completion, the little Melissa Shirley that will be made into a music box. I haven't worked on a Melissa Shirley canvas in a while; this one had a lot of detail & packed a lot of punch into a small space. I think my niece will love it.
I am bracing myself for Linda's absence for 4 days while she is at Bedecked. There will be whining on my part.