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Jeremy McKay - Artist

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http://100paintings.jeremymckay.com/ My goal and hope is to deliver not only the beauty that I see but the feeling.   I hope the images I share here help you to reflect on days gone by not with regret but with a wistful hope.   The hope and knowledge that the best is still to come.   I want to catch and immortalize one of a kind trees, sunrises, moon shots, horizons, and clouds.   Instead of saying you should have seen this I want my photographs say 'In case you missed it, this is for you!' and I want my paintings to say this is what it felt like. 'It is in the banks of...more
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http://vimeo.com/jeremymckay, I have been experimenting with time lasped photography It offers an interesting art form. A way to capture a fleeting experience. The best days, the best sunsets, the best star trails. It is cool, even for a tradition... 

Taking Pictures of Flowers

July 13th, 2013

I have been taking photos of flowers lately they are coming out pretty good. I have little desire to paint them. They are beautiful in their own way. I will share some in a gallery on my site. Feel free to pick up a print 

So I am thinking I need one site for photography and another site for my paintings. So you can choose. I have ony recently started to think that my photography could be an art form. 

Self Portrait

June 9th, 2013

Since I have been learning at the http://www.artacademyofsandiego.com/, I have been working with a specific technique that involves an under painting using cad yellow, cad orange, thailo green, thailo blue and alizarin crisom but no white. Check out... 

I am having some challenges over at jeremymckay.com. I will be switching most of my content here for a while until I unravel some content issues I have been having 

WIP Big Wave 3

July 27th, 2012

Work in project. It is 24 x 48 inches on 1/4 inch birch panel. It looks pretty good not, but could use about 36 hours of paint. Look for this in future releases. See the under coating here http://www.jeremymckay.com/artist/2012/06/22/continuing-t...