“Paris #8” Oil on 11×14 board 2016
“Paris #2” Oil on 11×14 board 2016
“Paris #3” Oil on 11×14 board 2016
“Paris #4” Oil on 11×14 board 2016
“Paris #5” Oil on 11×14 board 2016
“Paris #6” Oil on 11×14 board 2016
Paris #10. Oil on 24×30 board 2016
Paris #8. Oil on 11×14 board 2016
Most of these painting are 11×14 format. Oil on boards.
I started this series in the beginning of 2016 based on inspiration from a beautiful Portland OR model. They’re all still available. My goals for this year is to keep painting beautiful models and hopefully will grow my collection of beautiful works.
I do keep an active profile with FB (Khanh N. Huynh) and Instagram (@studiobuda) if you want to see more works.
Khanh N. Huynh, MD
These are painted from the New Master Academy stock. I’m still working to finish my goal of completing 100 nude paintings from this online Academy. May be I should splitting even 50 males and 50 females… may be
Male Nude 3×10 oil on board
Male Nude, 8×10 oil on board
“Mr. Leavitt” 8×10 study oil on board 2014
I saw this man (an artist) at the Oregon Society of Artists meeting in October 2014 and immediately know that I have to paint him. I asked permission to take a picture and transformed the rather mediocre iPhone picture int0 this beautiful portrait.
It was painted straight on Ambersand board without any preparation of the board. I want to keep the white of the board untouched as much as possible. I used the Zorn palette (Titanium white, Payne’s grey, Yellow ochre, and Cad Red medium)
I stopped touching the portrait after 90 minutes or so with the intention to keep the painterly look. I could go on with a softer brush and “feather” out the brush mark and slowly make it photographic. But to me, paintings that look like a photograph is a failure of the artist’s skill and vision.
Khanh N. Huynh, MD