David Gray (b. 1970): Still Life Demonstration

by Matthew Innis |

  Below is an example of a still life painted by contemporary representational artist, David Gray (see previous post).  It is typical of his process for painting a still life:  unlike his figure work, his still lifes are never painted from photographs.  The working surface is an 8×10 acrylic primed panel.        …

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