Thursday, December 29, 2011

Coy Cherries


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For my second in this series I decided to play around with stacking and a cozy, little grouping. It may look simple but I tried about 30 minutes worth of different combinations with the bottles in different positions and stacks, etc. Oh man. Often the simplest compositions are the most difficult to come up with.

9 comments:

Linda Warner Constantino said...

I have been following your blog since 2006 and you have certainly mastered the power of saying so much with the bravura of a single bold paint stroke. I never tire of opening your emails displaying your daily paintings. Bravo!

Theresa Bayer said...

Love the colors & composition! You mean it only took you 30 minutes to arrange that? I should be so lucky! :^)

Maria Bennett Hock said...

Your paintings always make me smile. I love the whimsey bright colors and composition. Such a happy addition to my in box each day.

Kathy Cousart said...

Coy, oh boy! Amazing brushwork. I can see thicker paint in places and like that:) Your glass is always so good and the cherries are stellar!

Happy New Year for y'all. 2012 will be amazing!

Gloria said...

Thank you for a wonderful year of great art and sharing of creative experiences, Carol and family.

Shelley Ross said...

Setting up a still life can take me a long time, too. Glad to know I am not alone.

Virginia Floyd said...

This is so amazing! Those few strokes of aqua paint made glass! Wonderful, Carol.

Anonymous said...

Your are so inspiring! Thank you for sharing them with us. Only thing is everything is gone (sold). How can I bid?

Carol Marine said...

Thank you all!

Anonymous, I am taking a little break from painting at the moment. There will be more to bid on soon. Thank you for your understanding. -Carol