Artist REGI CANTWELL Online Studio

  • Walk the line Wednesdays: Week 62

    Continuing to examine Paul Klee's famous quote "a drawing is taking a line for a walk", I'll be attempting to challenge myself by adding a drawing a week to this blog, mind you, the idea for me is to keep it as simple as possible, laying down only the lines that are needed to communicate the idea.

    As usual, to see how these mere thumbnail sketches designed to be used for composition & value maps can be instrumental to the success of fully completed painings, check out the Gallery or the Available works pages on this site. Some of these will be developed into studies, others full blown paintings & quite a few left as is, in anticipation of future development. Priorities, right!?

    Week 62

    (WW sketches 62)

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  • Walk the line Wednesdays: Week 61

    Continuing to examine Paul Klee's famous quote "a drawing is taking a line for a walk", I'll be attempting to challenge myself by adding a drawing a week to this blog, mind you, the idea for me is to keep it as simple as possible, laying down only the lines that are needed to communicate the idea.

    As usual, to see how these mere thumbnail sketches designed to be used for composition & value maps can be instrumental to the success of fully completed painings, check out the Gallery or the Available works pages on this site. Some of these will be developed into studies, others full blown paintings & quite a few left as is, in anticipation of future development. Priorities, right!?

    Week 61

    (WW sketches 61)

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  • Walk the line Wednesdays: Week 60

    Continuing to examine Paul Klee's famous quote "a drawing is taking a line for a walk", I'll be attempting to challenge myself by adding a drawing a week to this blog, mind you, the idea for me is to keep it as simple as possible, laying down only the lines that are needed to communicate the idea.

    As usual, to see how these mere thumbnail sketches designed to be used for composition & value maps can be instrumental to the success of fully completed painings, check out the Gallery or the Available works pages on this site. Some of these will be developed into studies, others full blown paintings & quite a few left as is, in anticipation of future development. Priorities, right!?

    Week 60

    (WW sketches 60)

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  • This weeks feature: from the gallery

    Featured this week in the Available Section part of the studio are these bookends of same size and medium. A diptych of sorts reacting to the same swatch of land, sea and sky at different times of the year and keeping all simplified to the least stokes and value shifts needed to illicit a response.

    "Blue Sky Winter" Oil Pastel on Canvas board 5x7" ($120)

    "Grey Sky Winter" Oil Pastel on Canvas board 5x7" ($120)

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    As mentioned these works are available and can be puchased for $120 each ($240 for two) or - if purchased before April 30 receive both as a set for the price of $200 Total - including taxes and shipping within Canada.

    If you have questions about any existing available original or reproductions please feel free to contact me directly. Either through my Facebook Artist Page or email through this sites contact link. I will make every effort to reply within 24-48 hours. Either through email or by phone, whichever method you indicate as your preference.

     

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  • Walk the line Wednesdays: Week 59

    Continuing to examine Paul Klee's famous quote "a drawing is taking a line for a walk", I'll be attempting to challenge myself by adding a drawing a week to this blog, mind you, the idea for me is to keep it as simple as possible, laying down only the lines that are needed to communicate the idea.

    As usual, to see how these mere thumbnail sketches designed to be used for composition & value maps can be instrumental to the success of fully completed painings, check out the Gallery or the Available works pages on this site. Some of these will be developed into studies, others full blown paintings & quite a few left as is, in anticipation of future development. Priorities, right!?

    Week 59

    (WW sketches 59)

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  • Walk the line Wednesdays: Week 58

    Continuing to examine Paul Klee's famous quote "a drawing is taking a line for a walk", I'll be attempting to challenge myself by adding a drawing a week to this blog, mind you, the idea for me is to keep it as simple as possible, laying down only the lines that are needed to communicate the idea.

    As usual, to see how these mere thumbnail sketches designed to be used for composition & value maps can be instrumental to the success of fully completed painings, check out the Gallery or the Available works pages on this site. Some of these will be developed into studies, others full blown paintings & quite a few left as is, in anticipation of future development. Priorities, right!?

    Week 58

    (WW sketches 58)

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  • Furry friends added to gallery

    Just recently added to the Gallery section of my online studio are a few commisions of  furry friends to join my Polar bear taking in the wind from blog entry dated 21 Feb 2019  and the Bowring Park Busy Body from blog entry dated 7 March 2019 ...

    Sammy: Acrylic on Canvas 16x20"

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    Nath: Acrylic on Canvas 16x20"

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    Buddy:  Acrylic on Canvas 16x20"

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    Cookie : Prismacolor on Stonehenge 5x7"

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    Hershey : Prismacolor on Stonehenge 5x7"

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    Mochi: Acrylic on Canvas 11x14"

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  • Walk the line Wednesdays: Week 57

    Continuing to examine Paul Klee's famous quote "a drawing is taking a line for a walk", I'll be attempting to challenge myself by adding a drawing a week to this blog, mind you, the idea for me is to keep it as simple as possible, laying down only the lines that are needed to communicate the idea.

    As usual, to see how these mere thumbnail sketches designed to be used for composition & value maps can be instrumental to the success of fully completed painings, check out the Gallery or the Available works pages on this site. Some of these will be developed into studies, others full blown paintings & quite a few left as is, in anticipation of future development. Priorities, right!?

    Week 57

    (WW sketches 57)

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  • Walk the line Wednesdays: Week 56

    Continuing to examine Paul Klee's famous quote "a drawing is taking a line for a walk", I'll be attempting to challenge myself by adding a drawing a week to this blog, mind you, the idea for me is to keep it as simple as possible, laying down only the lines that are needed to communicate the idea.

    As usual, to see how these mere thumbnail sketches designed to be used for composition & value maps can be instrumental to the success of fully completed painings, check out the Gallery or the Available works pages on this site. Some of these will be developed into studies, others full blown paintings & quite a few left as is, in anticipation of future development. Priorities, right!?

    Week 56:

    (WW sketches 56)

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  • Walk the Line Wednesdays: Week 55

    Continuing to examine Paul Klee's famous quote "a drawing is taking a line for a walk", I'll be attempting to challenge myself by adding a drawing a week to this blog, mind you, the idea for me is to keep it as simple as possible, laying down only the lines that are needed to communicate the idea.

    As usual, to see how these mere thumbnail sketches designed to be used for composition & value maps can be instrumental to the success of fully completed painings, check out the Gallery or the Available works pages on this site. Some of these will be developed into studies, others full blown paintings & quite a few left as is, in anticipation of future development. Priorities, right!?

    Week 55:

    (WW sketches 55)

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