Saturday, January 05, 2008

"Group Hug" --- SOLD



Well, I spent all day yesterday repainting the 12 hours and 2 wipes painting from the day before (see earlier post), and finally came out with something I like (not these pears)! Whew.

Then today I was setting up for a larger painting again and having a tough time - when I realized that these 3 pears, just a peice of what I was going for, would be great for a small painting. So here it is. I used glass for the reflections. I spent this evening setting up for the larger painting after all, and tomorrow I'll paint that.

WORKSHOP UPDATE: Karin and I are ammending the workshop to include 20 people because - well, it's filled up already. Crazy.

7 comments:

n. rhodes harper said...

I am so looking forward to the workshop as I think I am one of the lucky ones. Even driving from Alabama! You know you and Karin are like the movie stars of the art blog world. LOL look forward to meeting you both and learning a lot. Nancy Harper

EFT Studios said...

Your paintings are like short stories...I look forward to each new one...the characters you paint are as clear as a Dickens...not so somber thankfully.

Michael King said...

I think paintings are much more interesting when they contain reflections. Nice!

Dean H. said...

Love your paintings, Carol. The brush strokes supply many geometric planes...These become the areas of light and shadow. The strokes also bring the edges to life!
A fan

indiaartist said...

I wish I could attend! I hope you conduct it next time where I can drive, even if very far, and come to attend.

Deborah Paris said...

This is a gem, Carol! love the color harmony.

Ambera said...

Really nice atmosphere to this painting!