Sunday, April 05, 2009

pears & a workshop



8"x16" - also for my upcoming show...

Tomorrow I am off to TAKE a 3-day workshop from one of my favorite painters of all-time - Jill Carver. I can't wait to soak it all up and do some painting outside! I'll post about it tomorrow night.

8 comments:

LSaeta said...

Wow ... I didn't know painters as good as you actually need to take workshops! Have fun!

Kelley Carey MacDonald said...

Oh, you'll have such fun! Good for you. Enjoy - and relax!

Pam Holnback said...

Great! You deserve a workshop for yourself.

Mary Sheehan Winn said...

Jill's paintings have the Trevor Chamberlain effect on me. You go girl!

Dean Grey said...

Like Leslie stated up above, I didn't think an artist with your talent would need to take a workshop.

But I guess even great artists still need to hone their skills.

Oh and the yellow pears look great! They look like they're coming right at you from this vantage point.

And I love that the closest pear in the foreground is the most intense yellow. Subtle, but I noticed it.

-Dean

Rita Harder Johnson said...

I love the long, narrow format. Nice composition.
Rita

Mark Malone said...

The Tall One is my favorite painting of yours thus far

Ritesh said...

pet portraits is unique and perfect gifts for a person of any age. As the time passes and painting will become old and old, the attachment increases