Corsica - January 2010

















































































































Jim Bumgarner


"Corsica", 8" x 10" alkyd on canvas


Phil Hofler
Pen and watercolor/egg tempera
 8 x 5 inches, moleskin


Phil Hofler
Pen and watercolor/egg tempera
 8 x 5 inches, moleskin


Phil Hofler
Pen and watercolor/egg tempera
 8 x 5 inches, moleskin


Denise Clardy
Le Monument aux Morts
L'Ile Rousse, Corsica


Le Regent Cinema, Bastia, Corsica
 9x6 watercolor




Mon & Junior (8 x 10, oil on canvas panel)








Rue de la Fontanicchia, Bastia, Northern Corsica


"Restaurant U Castille"
 Bonifacio, Southern Corsica
 7 x 10 watercolor


Watercolor, 5 x 7


Nancie Johnson
Acrylic on 9 x 12 canvas sheet
Northern Corsica


D81, Patrimonio, Northern Corsica, France
6" x 6", oil on canvas




Sari-Solenzara, Southern Corsica
Watercolour pencil on Moleskine watercolour sketchbook


"Le Fondago"
Place Bonaparte, Rue Fred Scamaroni, Bonifascio, Corsica


6 Impasse de la Route de Ville, Bastia, Northern Corsica, France
Oil


Google Peg Man in front of 4 Boulevard Albert, Ajaccio, Southern Corsica


Sylviane Le Cann
Benedetto Lightouse




Watercolor on Indigo watercolor paper, size nearing 13 x 8 inches


Cagnano, Northern Corsica, France


Rue Saint-Dominque, Bonifacio, Corscia
 9 in x 12 in Watercolor




Christin




Al Woodford
Serragio, Northern Corsica
 8 x 12 inches, watercolor


Charcoal, pastel, water on paper, 9 x 12


Rue de Terrasses, Bastia, Corsica




Watercolor


"At Home, in Corsica"
Avenue de la Republique, Calvi, Northern Corsica, France
...behind a still life set-up in Austin, Texas




5.8 x 8.3", mixed media (newspaper and wax paper with acrylic paint)
Route de la Lagune, Furiani, Corsica


Alain Godbout






Piana, Southern Corsica, France
Watercolour, 6" x 12"




21" x 17", soft pastel


Sylvia J. Larsen
Eccica-Suarella, Southern Corsica, Watercolor 5"x7"


Wendy Manning


10 Cours Napoleon, Ajaccio, Corsica
Sharpie and acrylic




Pen and ink and colored pencil


Judi Franzak


Savvy Child


Savvy Child


"Olmeto, Southern Corsica" (along N196)
 7 x 10 watercolor and ink


Shanah Cole
D151, Pigna, Northern Corsica
9x12, acrylic








 Central Corsica, France
 oil on panel, 6x6


 Barrellati, Northern Corsica, France
 oil on panel, 6x6


Peter Hobden
Centuri, Haute Corse
Oil on canvas panel, 35 cm x 27 cm


Jana Bouc
Port Centuri Harbor, Corsica
Oil on canvas, 9x12"


William Cook

Charlotte Tanner
Peri, Southern Corsica

Acrylic on cardboard, 10 x 14

A gentle reminder folks...
There are size limits to submitted photos. It's in the rules, lower right sidebar in purple. Please don't exceed 1000 pixels on the widest side and please keep the resolution to 72. Many submissions so far this month have had to be resized, which makes the simple task of posting them onto the blog about twice as long. Also, please include full information with each submission, i.e. name and blog/website.
Thanks for your participation!

Barbra Joan Araneo

Julie Hill
"Hillside Corsica Village"  watercolor  (12" x 14")

Melissa Guensler
Boulevard Paoli, Bastia, Corsica
Sharpie and acrylic

Melinda Campbell
Pen, ink, watercolor
Cervione, Northern Corsica, France

Suzanne Queen
Casaglione, Corscia
9 in x 12 in Watercolor

Suzanne Hughes
"Calcatoggio", 14 x 15 3/4" Bristol paper,
Watercolor and Sharpie pen

Gemma

Barbra Joan Araneo

Karen Kelly
Google Map N198 - Corsica
 Watercolor & Ink - Acrylic Gouache

Capt. Elaine Magliacane
Corsica Hotel

Preston King
17" x 21"   soft pastel

Susan M. Moore

Sylviane Le Cann

Murilo Romeiro
Southern region, Pastricciola, "Spelonca" in the beautiful mountains of Corsica
Nanquim Ink (Pen 0,3 mm) 14" x 10"

Byannick
Corsica, near Pastriciola, dead-end
oil on board, 10x8"

Byannick
Corsica, North west Bonifacio, dead end
oil on board,  12x9"

Byannick
Corsica, on the other end of Calvi Bay - west  Lumio
 oil on board,  12x9"

Nancy Eaton
"Corsica Countryside", 7" x 10" watercolor

Heather Moore
2.75 x 3.275 inches


Sherry Thurner
L'ille Rousse, Corsica
9x12 inch oil on canvas board

Murilo Romeiro
"A beach in Centuri", Winston &amp, Newton soft pastel over black paper, 8" x 11"

Martine Pittet
Zilia, Northern Corsica - Watercolour

Cathy Holtom
Arbellara, Southern Corsica (colored pencil)

Rock Kyndl
Bocognano, Southern Corsica, France

Jeanne Bruneau
Pastel, 8" x 11"

Jeanne Bruneau
Pastel, 8" x 11"

Nancy L. Vance
2 Route de l'Ancienne Batterie d'Aspretto
 Ajaccio, Southern Corsica, France

Nancy Goldman


Sherry Massey

Julie Hill
"Piana, Western Corsica"  watercolor  (9" x 12")

Suzanne Queen
Near Calasima, Corscia
9 in x 12 in Watercolor

William Cook

Grant Thomas
Ink and watercolour on Yupo Paper

Iain Stewart
Rue du Front de Mer, Bastia, Corsica


Murilo Romeiro
"Corte", Ink drawing over Canson Paper, 297 x 420 mm

Gillian Mowbray

Charlene Brown
Albertacce, Corsica, France

Grant Thomas
Ink and watercolour on Yupo

Preston King

Rebecca Watkins
1 Rue Simon Mela, Porto-Vecchio, Corsica

Bill Guffey
"Corsica", 22" x 28", oil on linen

Speck
Sainte-Lucie-de-Tallano, Southern Corsica


Our January paintout is
Corsica.

Open for participation from
January 1st till January 31st.


View Larger Map

You'll find an interactive map of the island of Corsica above, though you can't access the little yellow pegman from that map. Use the link below it "View Larger Map", and the map will appear on your monitor; drag the little Yellow Man onto the map, step onto Corsica, and start exploring. Find an interesting subject/area. Change it all you want. Or paint it straight up as you see it. Instructions are in the sidebar to the right. Any questions, ask 'em in the comments or email me directly.

Thanks to Google, as they have given their permission for artists to use Street View as a reference for paintings that can then be sold without fear of copyright infringement.

Thank you to the Google Maps Team, the Google Street View Team, and all those involved. And thank you, artists, for participating.

Remember, participation is open to all levels of artistic ability.

NOW LET'S HAVE SOME FUN!
Post a Comment