Archive for May, 2009

One more step on the Path to Taos…

Posted in abstract landscape, desert, Eclectic-Oct09, Initial-Pt-09, landscape, New Mexico, PaintMap.com with tags , , , , on May 13, 2009 by Rog

Las Trampas, New Mexico [aft Walt Gonske]

“Las Trampas, New Mexico [aft Walt Gonske]”, 11×14 oil on canvaboard, by Rog Lyngaas, 12may09, Choate7 palette.

Finally the next step on the “path to Taos” has been taken.  My mentor suprised me with the challenge to study Walt Gonske paintings instead of just looking at them.  So here is my first study of a Walt Gonske Painting.

Basement Does Not Leak…

Posted in art show, commentary with tags , on May 4, 2009 by Rog

southern-wisconsin-in-the-fall-biz

“Southern Wisconsin in the Fall”, 9×12 oil on canvas by Rog Lyngaas, 20aug07, using Choate7nt palette [cropped jpg].

Everyone in Madison, Wisconsin desires for a beautiful home in a beautifully green neighborhood; but mostly a basement that does not leak.

I found one.  It is in Boise, Idaho.  It houses the Basement Gallery in downtown Boise.  I am pleased to be part of an art show called the “Annual Traditional Exhibition” there this May and June. For a detailed discussion click on this link.

The opening reception is 5-9pm on May 7th, the 1st Thursday of May.

For more information on the show, please write or call Perry Allen at the Basement Gallery, 928 W Main St, Boise, ID 83702, USA, 208.333.0309

I will see you there.

May Pole sounds like Maple … Syrup

Posted in abstract landscape, Eclectic-Oct09, Initial-Pt-09, landscape, palette with tags , , , , on May 2, 2009 by Rog

Big Pine Lake (aft Edgar Payne)

“Big Pine Lake (aft Edgar Payne)”, 8×10 oil on canvaboard, by Rog Lyngaas, 1may09, x9 palette.

Thank-you Kansas City, London, Manhattan, New York City, Portland, Boise, Los Angelas, San Francisco, San Diego, Madison, Chicago, Austin, Birmingham, and Toronto!  You all have good taste.

X9 Palette…

cool blue = Prussian Blue
warm blue = Viridian Hue
cool yellow = Winsor Yellow [PY74]
warm yellow = Yellow Ochre
warm red = Cadmium Red
cool red = Anthraquinone Red
glaze = Burnt Sienna [with Galkyd Gel]
white = Zinc White [with Galkyd Gel]