Helloo, helloooo!! How are my dear Museworthy friends? I’ve been immersed in a busy art modeling schedule which has been going smashingly, I’m happy to say. Have a few blog posts in the works about some pretty cool topics. They are all currently in unfinished draft form. I will get to them as soon as I have sufficient time to put in the effort they deserve. Very soon, I promise 🙂
Until then I’d like to share a wonderful video by artist Liam Rainsford, an artist, graphic designer, and photographer. Here in the New York area we’ve been having an unseasonably warm winter, especially the past few days. On Wednesday temperatures were in the 50s! The phrase, “Can you believe this weather?!” has been spoken a lot around town. The sun has been shining and heavy coats have been left hanging in the closet. But more authentic winter conditions have always been a source of great artistic inspiration, especially when it comes to landscapes. So I figured since we here in NY are lacking a true winter experience (so far) we might enjoy watching Liam’s process in creating his work “Bleak Winter”. It’s always fascinating to see a painting come to life. This video is done in time-lapse, for which I have a particular fondness. Enjoy friends!