Clematis – Oil Pastel

“Make voyages! — Attempt them! — there’s nothing else…”
– Tennessee Williams

Clematis – Oil Pastel

This is done from the same reference that I made the block print from for yesterday’s post.  Isn’t it fun to be able to create anything we want and switch it up any way we want…. within the limits of our skills, anyway.   Like Tennessee Williams said…  “Make voyages! – Attempt them! – There’s nothing else…” 🙂

About Tennessee Williams

Tennessee Williams was the pen name of Thomas Lanier Williams, the multiple-award-winning Southern Gothic playwright best known for his plays Streetcar Named Desire and The Glass Menagerie. He was born in 1911 in Mississippi, where he had a difficult childhood with an abusive father, a smothering mother, and a schizophrenic sister. His emotionally honest plays often feature sensitive souls who don’t fit into a confining culture. He spent most of his adult life in New York City. He died in 1983.

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10 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. Carol King
    Mar 12, 2011 @ 19:28:23

    This is beautiful. I like the colors with the play of light and shadow.

    Reply

  2. lindahalcombfineart
    Mar 10, 2011 @ 18:34:47

    Beth both the print and the oil pastel are wonderful. I do like switching media. They say you will never be a great artist if you do this but I will certainly be a happy one.

    Reply

  3. Debbie Adams
    Mar 10, 2011 @ 10:38:21

    The flowers are beautiful. I love purples and lavenders.
    Excellent work!
    Have a wonderful day, Beth!

    Reply

  4. lesliepaints
    Mar 10, 2011 @ 10:17:59

    This is so beautiful! Love the color and that patch of bright light, Beth. Scrumptious!!!!!
    How do you store your oil pastels?

    Reply

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