Friday, May 02, 2008

"Aloha" --- SOLD

I love the idea of doing paintings of fruit arranged in little dramas. I don't necessarily want to specify what the drama is, but rather suggest something that gives the viewer something to ponder. Perhaps. This one is titled "aloha" which can either be a hello or goodbye.

Well, the sitter I mentioned finding recently bailed after 2 weeks. I've been looking for a new one and today I think I found Mary Poppins! I don't want to jinx this, but she seems so great. Soon I will be back to painting large on a regular basis (along with these dailies)! Wahoo! She'll be watching him while I'm teaching my next workshop in Santa Fe, in a little over a week.


Mark Bridges said...

Hi Carol. Looks like they're waving their hands to answer the question.

Terry Rafferty said...

Love the light in this!

Dianne Mize said...

Carol, this one makes me smile. "Aloha" is the ideal title. Also, I love your boat paintings.

What a keen and sensitive eye you have along with the skills to communicate what you see and interpret what you feel about it, coupled with your own unique expression. I keep coming back.

Deltra Powney said...

Hi Carol, these pears remind me of the surfers lined up to catch a wave on the North Shore of O’Ahu. Oh how I miss the sunshine.

I am registered for your second week workshop in Red Deer, Summer Series. I am really looking forward to meeting you. I too have a little boy, two and a half. I appreciate your challenges of juggling painting and family. The painting a day group are such inspiration for me but you and Karin Juick especially.

Jeanne Bauer said...

Ms. Marine,
What a spark you are. There is nothing left to be said.
If I study your brush strokes any closer, my orbits will melt. I'm in a fever with anticipation for Santa Fe.

Your paintings have been my morning prayer this last year. Well done, indeed!
Jeanne Bauer

Anonymous said...

I know what you mean about groups of things to play off each other. I have many single focus paintings, so recently I've been getting into these combinations and I love the way you create visual relationships that "talk" to each other!