Tuesday, February 16, 2010

"Coffee Clutch" - SOLD


Today was a big day towards the completion of my studio. It was very exciting to watch, though of course we tried not to watch much - didn't want to make the dry wall guys nervous. I had to force myself back into my current "studio" to paint. Before I move out I'll take a picture of what I've put up with for the last year, including my office/bathroom. : )

15 comments:

Gwen Bell said...

The ceramic glass look of this is phenomenal. And the reflections...oh...the reflections. Outstanding!

Congrats on your almost ready studio! I know you have to be so excited about getting your own space just for creating.

Kim said...

Ah Carol - this is gorgeous!

Amy Hillenbrand said...

This is absoluty gorgeous, the colors are so rich and yummy.

Cynthia said...

mmm these colors.....great stuff!
I could have a fun
"Kaffee Klatsch" here in Germany with these cups.
Good luck on moving into your new studio.

paintnpencil said...

Absolutely stunning.

Delilah said...

Wonderful work Carol, gorgeous reflections

DSM said...

I like to look at this on its side to see the highlights lining up. That smokey- mustard is nice with the blue-grays.

Oh, yeah: 'happy drywall to you, happy drywall, dear Filbert, happy drywall to yooooooou!'

Michael Chesley Johnson said...

This one is particularly resplendent, Carol! And I'm glad to see you'll be with Windrush Gallery now. I'm looking forward to seeing your work there.

Linda said...

Your reflections are awesome! And the colors are beautiful. It's all good!!!

Hope said...

The color composition here is fabulous and unexpected, I love it. You did a wonderful job capturing the hard reflective quality of the ceramics and glass. Gotta ask: did you add to your traditional limited palette? The blues are very interesting.

Carol Marine said...

Thank you, everyone, for the wonderful comments! As always, they are VERY appreciated!

Hope, I didn't add a thing to my regular palette. : )

Paintings by Irit Bourla said...

This is absoluty gorgeous

Don Coker said...

Carol, this one is beautiful!

Lisa said...

look forward to seeing pictures of your new studio! love your work!

Tay said...

A new studio! How exciting. It's hard not to watch something being built when you know it's going to be such a big part of your life in the near future. Have fun painting in the new studio.