What a fantastic painting (again!) Wonderful composition and color scheme. Now a question I have been meaning to ask since THE workshop in Aurora. How can YOU seem to create a painting where you juxtapose two colors blatantly (and deliciously) like the pink and the green, and yet your pink objects do not look like "cut-outs?" Your transitions are "confident" yet never harsh. SO easy on the eye. Superb!
I love this piece and your thoughts made me laugh.
Well that's what elevensies are for right? ;)Love the painting Carol.
Or you've eaten so fast that you look to take another bite, but alas it's all gone, and you wonder how that happened? Yes that happens to me often.
I love the light in this one and I've noticed how you softened some of the edges - something that I need to do in my paintings! Your brushwork like always is mesmerizing. Nice piece!
Thanks, you guys!!! I don't say often enough how much your comments mean to me. They are VERY MUCH appreciated!!Silentwitness (Kristen)- I didn't think about that, but now that I do ... I believe soft edges make all the difference. Happy painting!! : )
Hello I came upon your blog this week while browsing art and love your paintings and the painting a day idea. I shared your blog and the painting that first got my attention in my blog post today. I linked all to you of coarse. Here is the post if you would like to take a lookie. Have a great day. http://kindredimages.blogspot.com/2012/03/awesome-blogs-carol-marine-painting-day.html
Lovely, lovely. The dotted cloth is such a nice touch, your set ups are always new and fresh.
I love almost every painting you do, so I ought to write a comment every day, but I am too lazy.Love the contrasts, the complimentary colors and the lovely depth you got going.Keep up the great work, being an inspiration I mean....... and your paintings off course.
These colors are very appealing. Love the design.
I am so honored that you thought I was Kristen!!!!! No need to post this--just wanted to let you nowit's Clemmie (painted beside Kristen in Aurora). thanks for addressing "soft edges." DREAMY painting!
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