Hellooooo everyone! Hope you’re all well. My art modeling jobs are finally winding down to make way for . . . SUMMER VACATION!! Woo hoo! Really excited. Just a couple of more days before the sunny beaches of Nantucket 🙂
But the summer gigs have been terrific so far. Not plentiful, but top-notch. I posed Wednesday night for the final session of the Painting Group in SoHo, a job I have worked many times. This month, the group had their hands full with a severely foreshortened reclining pose (their choice, not mine). The artist Joel Spector was particularly inspired by this setup. In fact, it was mainly his request. So I happily obliged and was glad I didn’t have to paint it! Here’s Joel’s lovely work of me, from the painting group on Greene Street:
If you need even more of a foreshortening fill, I encourage my readers to re-visit Fred Hatt’s blog post on extreme foreshortening for images and discussion. Behold the visual depths!