October 21, 2005

"Goya Moment"

oil on canvas, 52" x 40"

This painting is the whole reason I dreamed up TINSQUO.com. A culmination of months of studio work, "Goya Moment" is a fulfillment of the vision behind this site. It brings the longterm processes at work within the artblog to a momentary resolution.

For elucidation on TINSQUO processes, see Narrative on the "about" page.


Process Video:

This Goya Moment process video is also viewable on the Tinsquo YouTube channel.


Posted by Mark Roth at October 21, 2005 02:50 AM

I love the time lapse video. To view the creative process and see the number of times it appears you started over was amazing to me. I also want to know what happened to the small piece to the left of Goya Moment?

Posted by: SR at November 8, 2005 08:42 PM

Thanks! The small work that appears to the left of Goya Moment, in the first second of the video, is the preparatory sketch - a digitally composed ink jet print. Itís still extant, but now the image is accompanied by a halo of paint smeared fingerprints.

Posted by: mark at November 9, 2005 02:47 AM