Wednesday, July 29, 2009

"Casual Apples" - SOLD



So, the next thing I wanted to try, was using the "real" colors as a guide, but adjusting as I saw fit. I didn't end up changing a whole lot. I did enjoy pushing some apples more green and some more yellow. This seems to lend itself to broader and simpler brush strokes, and I'm really enjoying it.

6 comments:

Bobbi Heath said...

Really nice, Carol. I love the apple colors, and the wonderful drapery. Gorgeous shadows and underpainting!

Mark Bridges said...

keep em coming.

Unocchio Vecchiaccio said...

I love your apples to, Carol ... I thought they started out gree... as in unripe... and now are getting to be quite ripe.... I eat mine and start over long before that. :-)

rahina qh said...

enjoying reading and learning from your experiments, it's good to get the analysis as you perceive it. thanks for this. r.

Jan Weaver said...

I like this alot. I finally found your personal blog and have enjoyed watching it. Your more abstract style is working for you. Wonderful brush strokes. Jan Weaver

Jane Hunt said...

Thanks so much for sharing as you experiment and learn - very interesting (and beautiful)