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January 16, 2011  Project  -

OPPOSITE HANDED w/ 2 INCH MINIMUM BRUSH 

Leila Hall      Gaye Garrison     Rod Groves  

 Jeff Potter     Jaci Fischer     Fred Yost       

Elaine  Scott     Betsy Greenlee

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January 16, 2011
Project - Non-dominant hand with 3" brush
 

Betsy Greenlee

 

Jeff Potter

left-handed warm-up 12" x 16" oil on linen panel - " Azor Sleeping"

   

 16" x 20"  left-handed oil re-do of Dec 2010 project subject "Inward Lattice"

 

Elaine Scott

"Two Wolves" left-handed acrylic

"Wolf Revisited " left-handed acrylic

   Jaci Fischer

   

"Red Purse" left-handed pastel    

Fred Yost

"White Heels" left-handed oil on masonite panel

Gaye Garrison

"Well, since I don't typically use a brush of any size, this was a bigger challenge than just the non-dominant hand thing.  I wound up using larger chunks of pastel and the sides of them to get the 3" effect. Don't think that was too successful.  But, the surprising thing was how much control I found I had with my left hand! Cool! Gives me hope that maybe I can stimulate my brain"

Rod Groves

"Paz" acrylic 

  "Spring Flood" acrylic

Next meeting is Sunday, March  6th at 1 PM.  Project - We all enjoyed the last project so much that we decided to do another with the 2" brush. You have a choice between painting again with your non-dominant hand, or attaching the brush to a stick (like a paint stick) and using your dominant hand. (Or you could really challenge yourself by painting with the brush-on-a-stick using your non-dominant hand.) The subject is a still life.

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