Monday, January 30, 2012

Ordered By Size


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I really enjoyed capturing all the color bouncing around in this one. I've always like painting shiny things for that very reason.

14 comments:

Rita said...

these are some awesome mugs! and you've caught them beautifully!

silentwitness said...

Such an amazing and powerful painting. The strong vertical shapes and the bouncing reflected colors are so well paired. Brilliant, yet again!

martinealison said...

Une très jolie peinture aux couleurs harmonieuses.
Une composition pleine d'intérêt.
Gros bisous

WuXing painter said...

The blue one seems too tall) I've never seen such cups.

Jerry Stocks said...

This painting is breathtaking--the shapes are so strong and the whole piece is colorful and glowing. Great use of everything you had to work with--amazing execution--I love it!!!

Nithya Swaminathan said...

Stunning piece Carol, love all the vertical lines and the reflections are so fabulous!

Euphemia Wesley said...

Love the spoon and using a corner and red wall make it very interesting.

Barbara Pask said...

Love those bits of reflected colors bouncing all over.

Gina said...

All the elements in the picture are working together in harmony. Ordered by size gives the impression of a family having a quiet and relaxing drink somewhere. Great job!

Deirdre said...

I love the freedom of your painting style. It makes me want to break out of my mould! Wonderfull inspiration.

Oil Paintings said...

Such an amazing and powerful painting.Love the spoon and using a corner and red wall make it very interesting.Thanks...

Robert Nicolaescu said...

First time here. I like your blog very much! Greetings and best wishes!

Gloria said...

Hi Carol, I love your style and subjects and your painting skill. Since I took your workshop and saw that you just sat things on a chair because you were not in your own environment, I was wondering if sometime you could show your set-up in your studio and explain it. For instance, show each of the pieces used in your backgrounds. The two or three fabrics you are using and how they are held in place behind the objects, and how you attach lighting to your set-up. Do you have warm and cool lights at one time, or pick either and where to place them?

JanettMarie said...

One can never have a coffee cup that is too tall. What do they call it at Starbucks? Venti!