You forgot to add a dash of magic!Strong composition in this! My eye keeps going around and around all the elements.
I just love all the visible brush strokes.
Wow that green is luscious! It really springs right of the page - maybe because the purple is a duller purple, and supports it but doesn't compete with it?
Carol-This painting does it for me. I love it. I can feel the peppers come out towards me and I just want to pick that bowl up. I hope I get a chance to bid on this one. Thanks for adding the most, some and a smidge comment. It is such a great guideline. You always keep sharing your tool box. Thanks!
The color combination in this artwork just rules!But I'm a bit confused, Carol. How can purple be the dominant color in this painting when the greens are much more intense?Maybe I misinterpreted what you meant??? Or maybe I have to brush up on my color theory? *embarrassed*-Dean
Thanks for the quick value composition review. It keeps us all thinking and learning.
Looks like there's a spring welling up in the baby bowl.Really nice 'solid' water and the slip over the rim. You got me; I signed up for Jacksonville Oct.davidscottmeier.com for bloggers who wanna see my work in Key west.
Carol, I love this one! All of that green is gorgeous! Thank you for the quick refresher on value, a really important lesson to keep in mind! You are so wonderful for sharing your knowledge!
you just plain ROCK at painting green!!
Fabulous paintings!!! I love the colors,composition,everything about it :)I have been looking everywhere for a tripod I could use for my shadow box. Where did you get yours,and what brand? If you could give me some extra info on this, I would be forever greatful!! Thanks!
Wow, thanks you guys! Sarah, I got my tripod at Home Depot. It originally had some hefty work lights mounted on top, and we bought it for that. But then I comandeered it for my shadow box and that's the end of the story. : )
I love this!!
Carol, this might be my favorite as the colors are delicious.
Great colors. The violet with the greens and so many greens. Wonderful.
the depth, too. Awesome.
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