Speed-Painting Portraits: Work in Progress Series

April 28, 2015  •  Leave a Comment

On Saturday, 25th April 2015, Loïs Cordelia performed an all-day speed-painting portraiture demo at Tindalls, Colchester, completing three portraits between 10.00 am and 4.00 pm. Using a single large, chunky brush, A1 size coloured mountboards as canvases, and acrylic paints, Loïs swiftly captured each likeness, including one from a live model. The photographic series of work in progress shows how the day's speed-painting marathon developed.

Photo credits: Jason Curtis and Natasha Alliston

Setting up: 10.00 am

Loretta Young (1941)Loretta Young (1941)Portrait, based on a photograph of Loretta Young (1941) Medium: Acrylic on board Dimensions: A1 Date: Completed as part of a live painting demo in the space of 40 minutes on Sat 25th April 2015 at Tindalls Colchester

Portrait of Loretta Young, based on a photograph. Time taken: 40 minutes.

JasonJasonJason
Acrylic on board
Dimensions: 80 x 60 cm
Date: Portrait completed in one life sitting, taking 2 hours and 20 minutes, as part of an all-day acrylic speed-painting live art demo at Tindalls, Colchester, 25th April 2015

Portrait of Jason Curtis, painted from a single life sitting, taking 2 hours and 20 minutes.

Muchacha AndaluciaMuchacha AndaluciaMuchacha Andalucia
Acrylic on board
Dimensions: 80 x 60 cm
Date: Portrait, loosely based on a black and white photograph, taking about one and a half hours, as part of an all-day acrylic speed-painting live art demo at Tindalls, Colchester, 25th April 2015

Muchacha Andalucia, portrait based on a black and white photograph. Time taken to complete: 1 hour, 30 minutes.

Tindalls Art Shop, Trinity Street, Colchester


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