Artists > Robert McIntyre
Rock and Roll, watercolor, 25x19, $10,000
Robert McIntyre, The Lamp, watercolor, 25x19, $2700
Out and About, acrylic, 36x36, $4000
Twinkle Twinkle Little Star, acrylic, 33x27, $3500
Morning Sunrise, acrylic, 27x33, $2900
Manila At Night, acrylic, 27x33, $2900
Untitled, mixed media, 33x27 framed, $2000
Two Squares, watercolor, 28x34, SOLD
Offramp III, mixed media, 27x33 framed, SOLD
Evening Sky, watercolor, 30x38 framed, SOLD
Offramp VI, mixed media, 27x33 framed, SOLD
"My paintings are the result of being an architect for many years. The same principles apply with shapes, space and color. I work mostly with watercolor, gouache and watercolor crayons. I don't have any idea in mind when I start a painting. I rely intuitively on my art background. I've been working mostly on Yupo the past few years and really like it a lot. I usually start with three inch sponge rollers; sometimes I use a combination of rollers with brushes.The painting will undergo many changes before completion, so much that you never would recognize the beginning from the ending. Many times when I get half way into it I feel it just isn't working. I put it aside for a few days until I figure out what is going on. Usually simplifying some of the shapes starts to bring a sense of order. Then I really get excited and bring energy and fun into the painting and now the finishing touches that are most important. These touches are what I use to get the viewer to move through the painting and not get stuck in any one area. I may continue to do this for a week or two before I call it done."
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