Saturday, March 05, 2011

Tulip Tea - SOLD

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This is one of my favorites of the tulips. It is often the simplest compositions that are the toughest to come up with, but can make the strongest statements.
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11 comments:

Mary said...

Beautiful! The tulip really carries 'weight'.

Robert Sutton said...

It's odd that one of your favorites causes cognitive dissonance for me. I keep telling my brain it's a tulip but my eye keeps seeing a wacked out wooden spoon. ;)

Jerry Stocks said...

Love the color and simplicity.

Marianne Mohib said...

Have you ever considered giving a workshop in Germany? I'm sure you have many fans over here too!

Fay Terry said...

So nice- I really like the reflected light from the stem on the bottom of the cup and just noticed the color of the tulip reflected as well. You are just amazing.

Barbara Pask said...

I always love how you paint white and the tulip adds a nice touch of color. Very nice!

Frank said...

Very nice Carol.. I agree with what you wrote. Even a single object on a 6" square can be endlessly fascinating if painted by someone who really sees what they are looking at.

cissy said...

Love the combination of the tulip and cup, I echo Barbara's words, love how you paint whites! Also, I am signed up for you Whidbey class, at last, can't believe it!

Dianne said...

You see so clearly! I am learning a lot by just looking at your work. It's teaching me to really SEE what I have in front of me. To analyze and simplify what I see.

Linda Popple said...

Love the whites and the simplicity of this. The tulip really is a surprise placed on the saucer.

Anita Tresslar said...

Love the composition Carol.