Saturday, September 20, 2014


"There is tomorrow"
16x12 oil/linen

Anthony A. González



A quick oil sketch. Hope you like it.







Wednesday, September 17, 2014



"Does it show"
12x9 oil/linen
Anthony A. González


The model was moving about when I saw a bit of attitude. That is all I
needed to choose this pose. The colors I chose were on the green side. 
It was easy to have color harmony. 






Monday, September 8, 2014


"Is there a question?"
12x9 oil/linen

By
Anthony A. González


I had her eyes say what she was thinking.

e-mail: Anthony A. González

www.obra-de-gonzalez.com

Thursday, September 4, 2014



"Raven Black"
12x9 oil/linen

by
Anthony A. González

                   

I think the title says it all. It's all about her hair.





Saturday, August 23, 2014


"Servant to None"

28x22 oil/linen

AnthonyA. González



Okay, this painting has color, warm color, and it was fun painting it.
I tried to have a good composition, and to express her attitude.
I think it worked.







Wednesday, August 20, 2014



"On My Way"

16x12 oil/linen

Anthony A. González





This painting is a little different, even for me. I like the green colors that 
gave the painting a unifying feeling.







Friday, August 1, 2014

"I'm Ready"

36"X24" oil/linen

Anthony A. González



This painting took me a little longer to complete because the 
background had many elements to workout. But all in all I'm 
pleased with it. I think her face in shadow worked very well,
and there is some attitude in her stands.










Thursday, July 24, 2014





"Captivating"

36x20 oil/linen
By

Anthony A. González




The expression gave this painting its title.
The model chose this outfit and it worked. It came
together very well. I had no trouble choosing this pose to paint.
It's simple but elegant. 







Monday, July 21, 2014



" Too Little to Late"

16x12 oil/linen
By

Anthony A. González

                                      


I called it "Too Little to Late" because of her attitude and expression.
It's not to often that a painting can tell us a story with one look.
People will always have an expression no matter what and I strive to catch
those special expressions in my paintings.