Wednesday, August 19, 2009

"Pink Plastic Bowl" - SOLD



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I swear this is how it looked. I checked and rechecked the values 100 times. The little dark spot in the shadow of the bowl is a shadow of a cherry in the bowl. I hate to explain it, but I just loved the pink shadow next to the fork by the cherry with the curved stem.

As for the movie deal, they asked for 4 hi-res images of paintings - 3 sold - 1 not (yet). They'll print them out on canvas for the set - they didn't need the real thing. The titles are "Be Cool," "Bowl of Ruby's," "3 Red Pears" (these first 3 are daily paintings) and "Humility" which was in my recent solo show. For those who own the originals, I hope you get a thrill out of seeing your paintings on the big screen! The movie comes out in May 2010.

12 comments:

LindaHunt said...

This is gorgeous! Love, love your work

painting4thevoiceless said...

Hey, congratulations!! Thats so cool!! I think "humility" is one of the best.

Bobbi Heath said...

I love the fork, the shadow, and the cherry too! What a beautiful little vignette within the wonderful painting. And congrats on the movie thing. What could be more exciting?

Barbara Andolsek Paintings said...

I can definitely understand the shadow through the 'plastic' bowl since the material is thinner. ALL of your work is amazing. You deserve all of the great things that are happening to you - you work very hard for it. With that said however, we do LOVE our jobs, lol.

1000 paintings said...

I think they are beautiful to deserve this. I think I am seeing the same image for both "be cool" and "3 red pears". You can check this out. Love the pink bowl.

Last Cup Of Coffee said...

These are beautiful paintings - congratulations again!

Janelle Goodwin said...

Wow, that's so awesome. Congratulations. I definitely have to see the movie!!!

1000 paintings said...

Now I see them. Great .

Carol Marine said...

Thank you so much for the great support ya'll! I fixed the link for "Be Cool" - you'll see the correct painting now when you click on it.

Katherine Tyrrell said...

Loving the pink Carol - so much so I had to come and comment! :)

Sandra Galda said...

I do visually understand this to be a pastic bowl, quite a challenge to paint, and you have been so successful with it...of course! Congrads on the movie opportunity! Well deserved!

Barbara M. said...

Wow Carol,

This is so incredibly exciting! You deserve it.

Take care,

Barbara