Peggi Kroll workshop

Thursday, May 16, 2013

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Last week I took a hiatus and painted for 3 days with Peggi Kroll in Orange County. I have admired Peggi for years, in fact, my third post ever was about her.

When Ross and I were dating and just married we would go on adventures that consisted of me painting while Ross surfed or climbed. Then we were blessed with our two boys and because of the toxic nature of oil painting I haven't been comfortable painting since there seems to always be a baby close by. Now with our youngest getting bigger, I am anxious to bring painting back into my life.

I hope that you find this series of pictures as inspirational as I do. I tried to photograph every stage of Peggi's method as she did a demonstration for us. I loved this painting so much I took it home with me. enjoy.

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8 comments:

  1. I love this series of photos! So cool! xo

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  2. So glad you are painting and taking care to not ingest the toxins. The figure is gorgeous - can't wait to see more work.

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  3. How amazing to scroll through the process!!!

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  4. I really enjoyed working with oil based paint, the minimal amount that I have ever done. I have certainly never been able to create something as elegant as the painting here. It looks like the beginning of this work is really difficult, in that you have to be very precise with your lines.

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  5. A three day painting hiatus sounds amazing. This is absolutely amazing. It is wonderful to see each picture and watch how the painting is transformed. Thank you so much for sharing this with us.


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  6. Sometimes a sequence of photos can give a better impression of a creative sequence than a video. I think we are so over-exposed to videos - youtube etc - that a creative record in stills is more impactful.

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