Just wonderful! The cup is so rich with all those reds, and I love the bits of orange in the grapes. I wouldn't have known to squish the right angle on the place mat. It's all great.
Sigh, I love red.
Love the glossy red cup, really...
Carol - I notice that in almost all your paintings you use a particular brushstroke that starts with a lot of pressure (relitively) and then seems to be suddenly released to a feathered edge. Is this just style or does it have a specific purpose?
Carol!!! i love your work!!!!i follow you always!!!kisses from Argentina.Catherine
Hi Carol, Quick comment that my painting arrived yesterday and I love it. My husband was thrilled, too, when he saw it. Thank you! Kim
Hi CarolGreetings from down under - AustraliaI just found your blog and really like your style - I love the comments relating to your self portrait especially - since I tend to specialise in portraits. I followed your link to David Lobenberg and have sent him a recent image I did.Anyway I'd like to link your site to mine if you don't mind.Mine is at http://ritterart.blogspot.com/and I've only recently joined the blogging world.
I just love how you can take such ordinary objects and make them wonderful! A true gift! I am a fan and check everyday to see your newest post. I am addicted :-) Kudos from south carolina http://gretchenhashheffner.blogspot.com
Thank you for all the great comments, everyone!Gary- You asked a tough question. I suppose this is just a style thing, though I definitely paint with high regard to making a variety of interesting edges. Have you checked out my demo? You'll find it on my website: www.carolmarine.com. That might answer your question better that I can with words. -Carol
Love everything about this...the reds and greens, the slight red reflection in the grapes, the askew white napkin (?). Really gorgeous!
Another great one ... love the composition and colors!
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