Monday, July 12, 2010

"Who's First?" - SOLD

9 comments:

Cynthia said...

whoa....those 4 beauties POPPED off my screen...too gorgeous! The green speaks to the peaches and your stokes inside....marvelous!! and your neutral.....oh yeah and the bling on the fork.........have I missed anything? I guess I really like this piece don´t I :)
I am off to paint sunflowers all day with a bunch of painting buddies...what better way to spend a Tuesday don´t you think? I knew you would understand ;)
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it is so new I forget about it...

Elizabeth Seaver said...

A very nervous set of peaches, there! I always love the textures your brush strokes provide and the evidence of your under painting. Makes for such interesting surfaces.

Jacki Newell said...

Great title, Carol, it made me smile this morning. Your peach paintings are wonderful. I love them all!!!
I'm so attracted to the color orange lately.

Virginia Floyd said...

Very nice composition, Carol. I like seeing how you handled the values on the peaches. And the brightest highlights are on the fork and edge of the plate. I learn by studying how you did your paintings.

Mary Sheehan Winn said...

Love it. The peachy colors offset by the greem rim on the plate.
They look scared!!

Rachel Holland said...

Thank you for inspiring me in my artwork. Your interview with Artists Helping Artists Radio Blog was amazing! I think we are all "normal" artists wanting to find that big break, but it comes with hard work behind it!

Diane Hoeptner (hep-ner) said...

Lovely colors that wouldn't work if anyone else tried to paint 'em. (lavender and orange? Really?) You're the best Carol!

Liliai said...

i love peaches, nice painting :)

Tips Share said...

Great technique ,thanks