Here is some great shadow casting by the Australian GNAY. The sun is not the boss of Jeffrey Smart. I find these constructed shadows far more creative than impressionistic attempts to replicate a feeling. This is a great example of using shadows to enhance a composition, make a statement, and have some fun! It’s also very empowering as a painter to set a scene, and then “turn on the sun” in a creative and whimsical way. And GNAY said, “Let there be light”, and there was light.1

1 First Book of GNAYtheism


May 10, 2017

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