While this is only a portion of the full piece, the painting will only be of the guys from the chest up. I thought of showing more, but opted for the intimacy that focusing on the faces and the embraces provides. Plus I'm in the mood to work on larger faces. Heck the last piece I did didn't have any face unless you count a jack-o-lantern.
Friday, October 18, 2013
Thursday, October 10, 2013
Wednesday, October 02, 2013
Once Autumn came and dusk began to arrive early, men from town would take a late afternoon stroll through the nearby woods. It wasn't, as they often would say, to appreciate the fall colors, the crisp fresh air, or to clear their minds of clutter. In fact what was on their minds was very clear.
Of course the women of the town were afraid to go into the woods, what with all the wild animals and that frightening tale of the headless horsemen.
But the men weren't afraid. They knew of another tale. One with a bit more truth to it. In fact, they hoped for an encounter with Pumpkin Head, as he was referred. An anonymous gentlemen, as the story goes, who would don a hollowed out pumpkin for a mask and with great gusto, 'service' the lucky townsmen who wandered the eerie woods.
The Original as well as very limited edition Gallery and Studio prints are available for purchase at the special first day pricing through Midnight ET tomorrow.