I had the table easel and table, but the other oil painting supplies were part of a lavish art supply trip on Saturday. The folks at Asel Art were helpful, but it wasn't till I got home that I realized I'd duplicated some colors between brands. I should have PLENTY of Titanium White for a while!
To the extent I can stay self disciplined (don't laugh, please!) I am going to follow the lessons in Kathleen Staiger's "The Oil Painting Course You've Always Wanted." Lesson One: Brush Strokes.
And here's what I did to "apply" what I learned so far. (One thing I learned is the color of Payne's Gray, something I NEVER used in watercolors. Another thing I learned is that I wished I'd bought some Burnt Sienna, and whatever I need to make a darker blue. (Haven't gotten to Lesson Two: Getting the Color You Want
This doesn't deserve to be signed, but it does have a name:
In honor of hurricane Felix about which I was listening as I painted.