My new oil sketch of an enraged Dragon.
Anticipation wordpress blog Anticipation, oil on unstretched canvas, 20” X 32,” © 2020 Jay Trefethen This was a fun piece that I did last weekend. I’ve always had a thing for cosplay, and French Maids, so this was a no brainer. In fact, I’m wondering now why I’ve never done a French Maid before. CosplayContinue reading “Anticipation, oil on Canvas”
Oil on canvas, 16 X 20, © 2020 Jay Trefethen, All rights reserved. This was a fun piece to do. It is done almost entirely with Payne’s Grey, a beautiful neutral blue. I had a lot of fun with this piece, and am glad it came out well. I posted it on eBay, and it’sContinue reading “Invaders”
This is my latest painting, the fourth in my eBay Oils series. Ten oil paintings I’m selling on ebay for whatever I can get for them. So far the first two have sold. You can check out the unsold ones on my at http://www.ebay.com/usr/nightairstudios/. I had a lot of fun painting this one. I reallyContinue reading “Triceratops, oil on canvas by Jay Trefethen”
September was a busy month for me. I completed four pieces of art, two oil paintings and two wood burnings. I’m still focusing on relatively small pieces, as they can be done in a reasonable amount of time. I’m really missing the larger pieces though, so I’m going to have to go back to thoseContinue reading “September Art Recap”
This is my new oil painting. A simple study of butterflies. Pretty straight forward. Except butterflies, as it turns out, are really hard to paint. One of those tricky critters that looks fairly simple, until you try it. I had been thinking of doing a study of butterflies for awhile now. A few days ago,Continue reading “Delicate Fire, oil on canvas by Jay Trefethen”
Just a quick note to mention that First Time has arrived safely at her forever home, and the buyer is very happy with the piece. He sent me an e-mail this morning telling me how happy he is with the piece. Happy collectors are always a good thing! So I just wanted to share thatContinue reading “‘First Time’by Jay Trefethen Update”