This painting was inspired by a small, yellow bird in Riverside Park in NYC – and the speech “Beyond Freedom: A Time to Break The Silence,” that Martin Luther King, Jr. gave at Riverside Church, where he urged us to consider the importance of people in our thing-oriented society.
This painting is about Alphabet City and Tompkins Square Park, with . its crazy yippie and draft dodging past, and nice little restaurant, Pardon My French.
Why did I want to add Painted Buntings to my Edisto painting? Because the males are brilliant in color – they look like tiny parrots you might see in South America, only they are in South Carolina. About this Painting by Sarah Gilbert Fox Title Edisto Island Painting Buntings Size 40” x 30″ Medium acrylic […]
Tips on How to Paint Markmakings in Art Scratch over things you like. Never be careful. If something is outlined in black, try to scratch underneath to see if you might get a different color. Markmaking should be about drawing your attention away from the perfect to rethink the beauty of mistakes Try painting a […]
“The real reason I titled the painting Edisto Island Sea Cow is because the animal on the left side of the painting was getting lost in the muck.” This is a new contemporary abstract figurative expressionism painting – with markmaking – by emerging artist Sarah Gilbert Fox. Acrylic on canvas with oil pastels. Canvas size […]
This is a new contemporary abstract expressionism painting by emerging artist Sarah Gilbert Fox. Acrylic on canvas with found objects. Canvas size 48″x 36″. Color palette / color way is black, blue, cream, red. Sarah Fox lives in the urban outskirts of Washington, D.C. Title Number Twenty four Type Abstract Expressionism Movement • Fine Art • Contemporary American […]