Last Christmas, I got a day-to-day Bob Ross calendar. It contains about 250 Bob Ross landscape paintings and a bunch of quotes. It's tiny, the sheets are 11x11 centimetres.
I got all exited about the idea to repaint every single calendar page on canvas, but it turned out to be a bit unrealistic with everything else I'm trying to maintain. So I decided to just paint as many of them as possible. Since it's the only form of diary I'm currently keeping, I decided to add text on all of them. I like them better with text anyway, because layers. When the painting is finished, I staple the matching calendar sheet to the backside, making the canvas an object that can be displayed from both sides.
The project will be documented on this blog, and as a member of the Landscape Ultras plan, you can call dips on the paintings! Just send me a message and name the painting you want. I will treat this first-come-first-served style. If a painting isn't marked as sold yet, but already reserved, you'll have to pick another one.
January (under construction)
Jan 2nd 2021
020121 / oil on canvas, paper, metal / 30 x 24 cm
Jan 6th 2021
060121 / oil on canvas, paper, metal / 24 x 30 cm *sold*
Jan 7th 2021
070121 / oil on canvas, paper, metal / 30 x 24 cm
Jan 8th 2021
080121 / oil on canvas, paper, metal / 24 x 30 cm
Jan 10th 2021
100121 / oil on canvas, paper, metal / 30 x 24 cm
Jan 12th 2021
120121 / oil on wood, paper, metal / Ø 25 cm
Jan 15th 2021
150121 / oil on canvas, paper, metal / 24 x 30 cm *sold*
Jan 31st 2021
310121 / oil on canvas, paper, metal / 24 x 30 cm