Category Archives: Paint Studies

Daniel, portrait study

This fellow did yard work at one of the properties we house sat while living in Costa Rica. I got him to pause from his work long enough to snap a quick photo. His name was Daniel and he was native to … Continue reading

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More Costa Rica sketchscapes

Below are a couple more “sketchscapes” I did while in Costa Rica. The first one was a gift for our good friends whose beautiful home we house-sat while they were back in the states. The view is from the front … Continue reading

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Football paint studies

Below are some new paint studies done in acrylic paint. The image measures 7.5×7.5 inches on thick 280gsm printmaking paper.

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More paint studies

Some more gouache paint studies. I have been calling these little landscape studies, “sketchscapes.” More to come, for sure!

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Toucan paint study, process

Below you can see the painting process of another gouache study. This painting was also pretty small (postcard sized). You can see in the early stages with the foliage, I was really exploring with the gouache to see how transparent … Continue reading

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Welcome to my Blog!

Hi there. My name is Adam Clark and today is the day I finally start an art blog to document, present and discuss my creative endeavors and process. Hope you enjoy! I would like to kick things off by sharing … Continue reading

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