Here is a study of a pomegranate I did in a workshop on fracturing. Fracturing is a wonderful technique developed by Julie Ford Oliver where you paint a painting and then "destroy" it by "fracturing" it with lines you then repaint. It is not at all easy, but sometimes I can actually produce something I like. As you can see, it is not like the other two I posted before in style. I had a conversation with a dear friend and wonderful artist yesterday and we both are really struggling on what style we like and want to adopt as our own. I guess if it was easy, it wouldn't be challenging.
6 x 8 "
Oil on Paper