Into the Future Series: The Arm and Hand Shot

On canvas board

 I started to paint in monochromatic or in two principal colors, black and white. I’ve noticed the colors create a sharp effect almost making the painting or subject more eeffervescent and compelling. I even venture to surmise your painting skills can look more skillful than what they actually are. I hope I’m wrong. I also like the subject of the hand and I think this part of the body is probably the most expressive. What do you think?

Published by: Sheldon Chase Art

My name is Sheldon Chase and I currently live in Las Vegas, Nevada. This blog is intended to put my artwork on a larger platform (i.e., on the internet) and also a way to connect with other art lovers and other artists as well to collaborate and to generate a dialogue in the creation of art. I paint mainly with acrylics on canvas and have done two styles mainly: Contemporary (abstract artwork) and also portraits. I find both styles intriguing and valuable. I hope you enjoy my site. Sheldon

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2 thoughts on “Into the Future Series: The Arm and Hand Shot”

  1. Yeah, I guess I was thinking of using one’s hand to paint becomes the expressive instrument like a singer using one’s voice to communicate. I need my hands to be the “most,” expressive to paint. SC

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