JMARTIt aint over til its over. Theres some really nice stuff here with more coming in over the next couple of days I’m sure. Thanks for the comments.
I wish everyone the best.
MihasznaThanks for the compliment.
I think the blue-green car color is fine. Coming from a tradition illustration background, Im sure Yerka has Pthalo green and blue (or the equivalent) tubes of paint in his paintbox and has used them often, as Ive seen in quite a few of the 150+ samples of his work Ive collected from searchesin varying degrees of repro quality (mostly bad). JY does not use a specific limited palette throughout his paintings (as some artists do). He limits his palette to varying degrees per painting, ranging from saturated primary color combos (in what I think is earlier work) to almost monotone desaturated palettes, in comparison. He, quite often, restricts color range to tints and tones of a particular color when rending an object of a predominant color, limiting or avoiding the mingling of adjacent or complementary hues in those areas. This gives his work part of its charm and general sense of limited palette.