Friday, June 05, 2009

"Three Stooges" - SOLD



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Below are a couple of pictures of my kids, hard at work. I seem to end up taking pictures when they are being serious, but I'm sure a minute after these were taken someone cracked a joke and we were all laughing our butts off. Somehow I always attract the wild ones!



8 comments:

Mary Sheehan Winn said...

Your class was a perfect mixture of fun and real painting. Just not long enough, for me.
Love the green-y gray background you used to set off the red of the cherries. On impulse, I bought a jar of maraschino cherries to use as props.......

David Morris said...

Another wonderfuly loose and vital painting.
I am curious to know how you frame these 6x6 paintings when they go on exhibition. Can you be persuaded to post a photo of one in its frame? Or do they sell before they get to that stage?

Meg Temple said...

Yes, I'd be interested in how you frame them as well, especially since I have one from your Westford workshop!

Love these cherries - they glow.

Diane Hoeptner (hep-ner) said...

LOVE love love these cherries. You are such an inspiration Carol! On a side and mostly unrelated note: I saw No one's the BITCH prominently displayed under new non-fiction at the main downtown library in Cleveland, VERY cool!!

Dean Grey said...

Carol!

The reds on these cherries look amazing.

So very rich!

-Dean

Elizabeth Seaver said...

I love your three cheerful little cherries. So fresh!

David Lobenberg said...

Wow! Pop!

David Lobenberg said...

Wow! Pop!!!