Wednesday, December 19, 2007

"Grapefruitarama" --- SOLD



I've been experimenting with this more traditional approach lately, and although I like the dramatic nature, I'm really missing working more with color and unusual compositions. I'm wondering if there is some way I can combine the drama with my usual stuff. I'm working on it ...

6 comments:

dave said...

for their size your paintings look big, some daily paintings tend to look small and fussy. really like the white cloth from a couple of days back have you seen Pamela Kay's owrk, similar painterly approach.

Chris Bolmeier said...

paint some grapefruits with tatoos on them, this would be a non traditional reflection.

emm said...

Hi Carol, Just stopped by to see what you are up to- Beautiful paintings! No need to change a thing, but if you do, it will be interesting!

Chris Bolmeier said...

Carol,
Of all the Daily Painters you're the best, handsdown! Your values are gorgeous and your work is unbelieveably touching.
Chris

Michael King said...

Just curious, how long do these paintings usually take you?

Carol Marine said...

Thank you for the lovely comments! You guys are too much.

Michael- These small paintings take anywhere from 1 to 2 hours, generally.