It is a struggle for me to paint with oil under artificial light, however with these #/*#%!!^ shorter days and my schedule, I have no choice. I often switch over to encaustic at night because I am working flat and don’t have an issue with glare-but upright on the easel is an altogether different story.
I have spent more time getting the right bulbs, adjusting lights, then glare, then adjusting, then glare-however I think I've finally gotten to where it is fairly even, although I might have to glaze work when I asses it in natural daylight.
So here is a new painting in progress-30x40in. Limited pallet-again my favourite winter combination. Not sure how far I will go with it.
I do like making art at night as my mind is empty of daily left brain jargon and open to a myriad of possibility.