For the second  straight  Christmas,  I  decided to  continue the 1904 World's  fair, but do it on a much smaller  scale.  I consider this one of my better acrylics on masonite. The reference  was a terrible B & W image, so I had to improvise the color. I painted in a slightly different style of glazing, which is usually used in oils, but I got the piece done in less than  3 weeks during prep periods and lunch times at  school.  I sketched the piece right on the masonite, which I covered with a purple/brown  wash.  It  was enjoyable   to  paint.   I found the frame at my mom's and  thought it fit the character of the piece.  This acrylic is  12" x 18."
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Lee Gaskins Productions
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