Sunday, June 17, 2012

Farmall C oil on panel completed by Paul Baldassini

Please contact me via email:  paul@baldassinifineart.com

“The more you know the more you suffer.”  — unknown author

To secure this Baldassini original contemporary realist artwork  for your collection please call 860-638-0890 today.  Or visit my website baldassinifineart.com to view other works in the series.


Here is the completed painting, Farmall C, 30 x 24 inches, oil on prepared panel.  Total of 51 hours to complete.  This will be my last painting of the “Working Land” series as I move into something very different, a new series entitled “Homegrown”.  I’m very excited about this new direction and have over a dozen works planned in the series already.

I’ll post work-in-progress here as I always have so please check in again soon.

Be happy.

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Farmall C in-progress oil on panel by Paul Baldassini

Please contact me via email:  paul@baldassinifineart.com

“Confound their politics, frustrate their knavish tricks...” 
 — lyrics from God Save the Queen

To secure this Baldassini original contemporary realist artwork  for your collection please call 860-638-0890 today.  Or visit my website baldassinifineart.com to view other works in the series.




Its been a while since my last post, over 4 months in fact.  In addition to painting sales, I continue to accept graphic art assignments as often as I can.  I had a huge burst of work during that time so I stopped painting to complete all of the work, make some money and pay some bills.  Until I can rely on income from painting sales alone, paying work will always come before painting.  Thats just how it is for me, as hard as that is to accept sometimes.

Although most of the work was graphic design assignments, there was also a lot of photo restoration work. AND, I made the first sale of one the paintings in my Working Land series.  A couple from NYC purchased “Yellow MMZ” from the Maple & Main Gallery that represents me in Chester, CT.  I wish to thank them very much and I hope they are enjoying the painting as much as I enjoyed creating it.


Here is the overpainting in-progress of a Farmall C.  Total of 44 hours to date.  Nearly complete, just the foreground and some minor editing.


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