Sunday, May 31, 2009

"Hiding From Mom" & process photos - SOLD



Today, in addition to this, I did a large painting AND managed to get a photo of it every once in a while, in process! Below is the final picture of the larger painting (still needs a title - will be in my upcoming solo show at the Wally Workman Gallery). See the process photos.

18 comments:

leo said...

Thank you so much for the process photos! So very helpful. Is the yellow base color oil - wet or dry?

Sally Shisler......... said...

ssssWaaaaaandaful.......ssssMaaaaahvalous

You're amazing. I wonder if we'll all still be around when one of the big-time museums has a 'Carol Marine Retrospective Exhibition'? Do they only do that after you're gone?

Sandeep Khedkar said...

Excellent work. And the fact that you do it every day is amazing!

Libby Fife said...

Thanks for the process photos Carol. Though I haven't tried painting in earnest I think there are elements to your process and results which can help me with my quilting. Thanks again.

PS-I just love the "everydayness" of your subject matter:)

Susie Gregory said...

hi carol - i LOVED watching the whole process!! - it would be so great if you could do more of that although i can't imagine how hard it is...next time maybe your hubby could take the pix for you as you paint ..as for the title?...there's something about those standoffish cherries....

Bobbi Heath said...

I love the palette in "Hiding From Mom" and the shadows are awesome. And those shadow colors. Thanks so much for the process photos of the larger painting. You are such a doll to share this with all of us. And anyone who has not taken Carol's class, you should sign up now. I am looking forward to taking it again next year. I learned so much!

Debora said...

Love the series of cups -- and looking at some of the bidding, I am not alone! ;-)

And Thank You for the process photos, it helps us novice painters to get into your head and see through your eyes.

Debora

Michael Dooney said...

The process photos are eye opening, thanks! It's interesting to see how you work all around the piece at the same time throughout the process.

mary said...

Thanks so much for showing the process - so helpful and really shows your incredible skill. I'll be at your workshop this week and am so looking forward to learning from you. Glad the move is behind you and know you must be worn out - we'll try to be a good, easy class!

Pam Holnback said...

Thanks for posting the process photos. It's almost like being back in one of your workshops again!

LSaeta said...

Simply fabulous! I do feel like I was kind of in a workshop ... hah! Please do this again - so great to see how you create your paintings. What a gift you have ...

Jill Berry said...

Wow! Thanks for the back-stage pass.

I can assure you that you have a lot of kids that you know not of...

bArchibald said...

Thank you for sharing this with everyone, I loved to see how you work through this and I love the way you execute your brushwork and the loose way this very well thought out subject feels.

Debbie said...

Just lovely!! You have such talent!! Again...I am envious of such a God given talent as yours.

Carol Marine said...

Thank you all so much for your comments!!!

Leo, the base coat is put on right before I paint, with oil paint and lots of mineral spirits, so it's wet when I start painting.

Mary Sheehan Winn said...

Yes, thanks for the back stage pass!
I love these large still lifes and thanks for posting the photo of the set up. More lessons for ME :D

Dean Grey said...

Carol!

"Hiding from Mom" is great!

Love the title and the bird's-eye-view perspective is wonderful.

Just great!

-Dean

MooPig_Wisdom said...

Title: I didn't get a chance yet !!

How about: "Do you feel a draft?"