Sunday, October 31, 2010

"Salt, Spoon, Jar" - SOLD


I did this series of paintings before my advanced workshop last week in order to bone up on some of the more difficult still life subjects. This one is a combination of white, metal and glass. And it was hard, let me tell you.

15 comments:

Susan Hediger-Matteson said...

Oooh, I really like this one!

Kevin Jackson said...

Superbly done!

Christine said...

wow

Lisa Daria said...

yet, you make it look so easy - beautiful!

Deborah Elmquist said...

I love the beautiful grays you make. So many both warm and cool.

Pam Perras said...

I'm sure it was hard, but you make it look so effortless.Very nice!

Azul Valentina said...

Hi Carol,
I am keeping my eye in a workshop near my home, hopefully I can attend one soon! I love this painting I have a very hard time with grays, cool grays, warm grays..... Any advise on how to "see" them?
Thank you
AV

Sharon said...

Hi Carol: Can you please summarize what the key is to portraying each of these three subjects? ie: look for..., pay attention to... etc -things people don't usually see.
Thanks so much
Sharon

Sharon said...

Hi Carol: Do you think you could please give a hint as to solving what makes each of these so difficult? Is there something that seems to be wrong in the ones that don't work, what to watch out for, etc?
Thanks so much in advance
Sharon

Julie in the studio said...

I LOVE THIS LIMITED PALLET!!

PaintByCath said...

j'aime beaucoup !

PaintByCath said...

simplicité.joli rendu

helen said...

Like all your work. Getting glass to look so good - that's incredible!

Amber L. Bailey said...

I can imagine this was challenging, but you pulled it off so well...not that I'm surprised. :)

Jennifer said...

This is amazing!