This one completes an entire week of one page per day. I am now going to hand off the magazine back to Sarah.
This one was fun to paint because I especially love the featured Chloe Sevigny. The face was larger than the past ones, which was easier to paint.
This one was especially time-consuming for her skin was showing through the lace on her arms, chest, and legs. Again, I am really happy with this one. It satisfied my creative hunger and put me in a nowness frame of mind a.k.a. the zone.
My third gesture involves painting all of the model's flesh white. It took more time than I thought because it takes about 10 layers of paint to completely cover. I am happy with the results and will continue to paint other Caucasian models in the magazine with "whiteface".
Terrance Graven is a San Francisco artist whose installations incorporate sculptural elements, performance art, costumes, sound pieces, and theatrical lighting.