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Another still life playing with yellows, golds and neutral, patterned fabrics in the background. This painting is an 11×14 oil on Centurion panel.
Tom bought these white roses for me last Saturday. As if ellipses weren’t challenging enough! Painting roses adds to the difficulty, I’m beginning to understand that simpler is better. This still life is an 11×14 oil on panel – painted … Continue reading
Another rainy day still life from this past Sunday. I tried to emphasize the pattern of the cloth in the background to make it go almost flat like some of the fauve painters (Matisse, Gaugin, et al.). This is a bit … Continue reading
A late night studio painting…purple petunias and gold/yellow lilies just seem to want to have a conversation. This is an alla prima painting, 11×14 oil on panel.
I didn’t realize how challenging it would be to paint an orange until I attempted it last week! So I thought I should give it another go. I really struggled to differentiate them from the apples (colors aside) and I’m … Continue reading
I can’t believe I’m already thinking about Summer in the past tense. In the deep Winter I sometimes dream of these warm, saturated colors. I love the changing Seasons though and am already looking forward to Fall and beyond. I … Continue reading