Still life helps an artist to study different forms in various compositions. It also aids in the understanding of colours, tones and depth. I prefer still life to study forms and understand how a medium behaves on a support. Periodically executing still life paintings helps to improve one’s drawing and painting skills.
|Still Life - Study of Forms 1: Charcoal on textured paper - 10" x 13.5" (2000)|
|Still Life with Drapery - Pencil on paper - 11" x 14" (2001)|
|Still Life - Study of Forms 2: Acrylic on paper - 10" x 14" (2002)|
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