Home » Top 1000 Art Pictures » Justin Gaffrey – Seascape Share this on Facebook download .zip with all pictures 850 represent! But yeah, I’ve seen him working before and he uses those home depot/lowe’s buckets and this huge knife, it’s insane. How long do you think something like that even takes to dry? Related Posts Waiting#138 – Brett Amory, 2012 Vincent van Gogh (1853 – 1890) – The Poet’s Garden, 1888, Oil on canvas “The Government Bureau” – George Tooker, 1956 Latest Comments RobbynDosch September 29, 2016 I am obsessed with textured paintings. This is probably my new favorite of all time. Incredible. Thanks for sharing! Korah May 24, 2016 TBH, he might bake them or fire them on very low heat. … or just leave them in a car in the middle of summer for a few days, heh. tauskny April 12, 2016 It’s a small internet, I’m from Fort Walton Beach. Hi there, fellow NW Floridian. I love this guy’s work. But it’s so much paint. I can’t imagine the cost to make his larger works. @[email protected] walters1981 February 10, 2016 I’m an idiot. I have a better answer. If that’s gobs and gobs of acrylic, then it’d take a few days to dry in a hot car. If it’s oil, literally god knows when. Oils take forever. Rodel November 3, 2015 Pt Washington native checking in! My childhood bedroom was adorned with a wardrobe painted by his ex wife. Zapes October 12, 2015 That’s so funny, I never knew anyone knew of him! He has a gallery in my small hometown, Santa Rosa Beach. I love his use of impasto. Comments are closed.