“The House That Jack Built”
Moving Counter-Clockwise on the center motif, this is the fourth and final segment of “Jack”.
Whereas the first segment reflected Suburbia, the second segment a rural view, the third segment a rural view with farmland, this final segment represents a lake side view.
As with the other three segments, the oil paints are wet in this section and after they dry, I will go back to brush in additional shadows, color variations in the trees, rework the campground and piers, and maybe add an extra car/truck.
For size reference, the main road measures 1 1/2” (38 mm) in length, the Sailboat at anchor , only 3/8 of an inch (9 mm).
For a refresher or for those new to “The House That Jack Built” painting, see Week 16 & 17 for a view of the full “Jack” Four segment motif before the aerial view embellishment’s.
This week marks the last “The House That Jack Built” post till August, when I will review the Painting for the September Art Exhibit.
Thanks to everyone that participated, “liked”, viewed, and ‘Shared’ the “The House That Jack Built” project. You have been a wonderful audience!!!!
Next Monday, I will begin Posting the “Thumbnail” drawings that were displayed at the “Journey to Ukazoo” Art Exhibit.
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