Thursday, October 21, 2010

"Little Leaf" - SOLD


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As usual I have a bunch of wild kids in my workshop and by the time I drag myself back to my room each night after all the partying, I can do nothing but close my eyes and sleep. Let alone post. But tonight I am persevering because I don't want you to think I've dropped off the face of the earth. Tuesday we tackled glass and flowers, Wednesday we delved into metal, and today, Thursday, we hunkered down for larger paintings all day. Or rather, they did. At any rate, here are a couple of my kids, working hard:


And here are just a FEW of the paintings they've produced. Most of this batch is from the metal day. Some nice ones, huh?!

6 comments:

Virginia Floyd said...

Carol, I've been following your workshop through Linda Popple's blog. Wish I could have been there! It looks fabulous.

Christine said...

oooo...I am painfully jealous of them!

DSM said...

That little leaf is turning into a Henry Moore bronze.

OK youz guys: carol's classes are fun and brain-stirring. If you can do one, well, do one. She's one intelligent biscotti!

Barb Sailor said...

Your beautiful little painting is classic! I love it. Colors are awesome. You can do so much with just a few brushstrokes!

Portrait Painting By Johanna Spinks said...

Tricky subject matter - executed perfectly. All about the shapes!

Cristall Harper said...

Ooh I love this little one. Excellent composition.