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Patton Hunter's Art Blog · 5M ago

Looking back a few years

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Patton Hunter's Art Blog · 9M ago

That crazy feeling!

We’ve all felt it, some more than once. You meet somebody for the first time and your chemistry goes wild. Bells ring, firecrackers explode. It can’t be defined, but it’s real. That exciteme...
Patton Hunter's Art Blog · 10M ago

Painting the hard way – without a plan

I know I’m supposed to have a plan, a value study, at least an idea of a warm or cool palette. Usually, I have none of these. Patience is not my strength. That must be why I’ve never experie...
Patton Hunter's Art Blog · 11M ago

“Black Swan” Wins Top Prize

I received notice from The International Society of Acrylic Painters (Florida) that my painting “Black Swan” was awarded first place in the first online annual exhibit. The award is especial...
Patton Hunter's Art Blog · 12M ago

Sketch an idea, then go for it!

  I do a quick sketch on a wash-off board to get an idea of how I want to start. The first image doesn’t always translate well to a large triptych, but it’s fairly easy to adjust sizes as I ...
Patton Hunter's Art Blog · 12M ago

Decoding Abstract Paintings

Decoding Abstract
Patton Hunter's Art Blog · 12M ago

Decoding Abstract Art

Decoding Abstract
Patton Hunter's Art Blog · 12M ago

Decoding Abstract Art

Decoding Abstract
Patton Hunter's Art Blog · 1Y ago

The Art and Pony Show

When I painted my first pony with my beloved crow on his back, I knew my muse was next to me. The idea came in a flash, even the style and subject. The next two are continuations of the pony...
Patton Hunter's Art Blog · 1Y ago

I fell in love with this pony. A series will follow.

  I’m not sure why we are attracted to what attracts us or how feelings are stirred by certain shapes, colors, etc., but “Desert Pony” was a joy to paint, start to finish and no angst along ...