Sunday, November 15, 2009

"On the Green" - SOLD

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So, finally, I have the air time for our Dr Phil episode! It'll be Tuesday, Dec 1st. Here in Austin it plays at 3pm ... not sure if it's the same elsewhere. I'll actually be teaching in Sedona at the time, but someone will tape it for me. If you see it, since I can't remember for the life of me, please let me know if I made a fool of myself!

Also, in reference to frames, another good source for floater frames (that I got A LOT of emails about) is Frankin Frames.


Shelley Ross said...

Wow, this one is fantastic! So many apples. The red and green together are great. I love the blue shadow in the foreground. You keep getting even better.

Shelley R.
Vancouver, BC

Cynthia said...

This is a great piece....the green napkin,,,the shadow color...WOW...just wonderful!

Sandra Galda said...

looking forward to that broadcast! you are amazing! Love your work always!

Nicole Horn-Fakher said...

Hello Carol,
I like your kind of work a lot (espacially the apples and garlic ones) and have a look nearly every day. Your use of colour seems so easy and gives space to breathe again.

Nicole H-F

Barbara Andolsek Paintings said...

Thanks for the heads-up on Dr Phil. I'm sure you were brilliant, even if you can't remember, lol. I'll have to record it as well. Thanks to technology, I won't miss it.

Anonymous said...

Hi Carol,

I don't know if this is the place or not, but I keep forgetting to write you a note. I wanted to thank you for an incredible workshop. It was a wonderful week for me.

I always feel, if we can atleast learn one thing, it has been successful. I learned so many things, but the thing that really stands out in my mind, is NEVER use a tube of paint labeled "hue"....never, not ever.

Thanks again. Can't wait to see you on Dr Phil. I just love knowing celebrities.


Linny D. Vine said...

Congratulations, Carol! Your apples in this one look fresh and crunchy!

Jo Castillo said...

Great painting. The complements sing. I will have to tape, too. Should be fun.

Mary Sheehan Winn said...

oh man, the crisp brushwork and beautiful color harmony!!
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