Monday, July 6, 2009

Van Gogh's Starry Night, Hand-Painted Replica

Here at last, is the video that I did of my painting of Van Gogh's Starry Night

6 comments:

Carol said...

Wow! That's terrific! I loved the time-lapse of the painting and the piano in the background. I just visited your site yesterday, and Starry Night was mentioned, which I was eager to see--so glad you posted this, Roger!

Anonymous said...

Roger, that is one of my favorite paintings . . . really interesting to see it recreated in time-lapse. We enjoy your work that we've seen at the Chatham Gallery site, too. Keep it coming!

Anonymous said...

Roger, I'd love to see you do some Toulouse-Lautrec some time . . . let me know when you post it!

Valerie said...

Hey. I just watched the video. That was pretty cool. Starry Night is also one my favorites and a fun one to see replicated with the time-lapse video. I can't wait to see the murals you're working on. I've seen some of the portraits you've done. That would be another fun project to watch. Let us know when you have more videos up!

Jhanderson said...

Interesting idea well executed. Nice painting choice-- Van Gogh definitely has some legs for this concept. Consider replicating one of his self-portraits after he lopped off his ear with you made-up as Vinnie with his ear lopped off. Anyway, I really liked seeing the artist's hand on the canvas. Let's see some original paintings also.

Keep them coming.

Victoria Omaha said...

Roger, I just wanted to let you know that I ran across your Chattham Gallery website last week, then found your Starry Night painting video today. I like your work a lot. I hope I can see your gallery next time I'm in the Plano area.