Using the finished work, Red, Yellow, Blue (top; pastel on paper, 29½x22½) as a model, Jimmy Wright painted Study From Red, Yellow, Blue (bottom; pastel on paper, 10½x14½), a more graphic and turbulent version of the same composition. To read the full text of Wright’s challenge, cick here.
To join in the fun, show us an example of a pastel painting in which you reinterpreted a
previously finished work. E-mail your image/s (4×6-inch JPGs with a
resolution of 72 dpi) and a description to firstname.lastname@example.org by June 22, 2009.
Type “Creative Spark” in the subject line and include your name, e-mail
and mailing address. The “editors’ choice” will receive a $250-value
fine art media gift basket, including a six-month subscription to
ArtistNetwork.tv online video
workshops, $60 worth of North Light art books or DVDs; the 2006, 2007
and 2008 Pastel Journal CDs; and a one-year subscription (or free
renewal) to The Pastel Journal, The Artist’s Magazine or Southwest Art.
Come back soon to see the winners of our last Creative Spark challenge, Perpetual Motion.