Thursday, July 11, 2013

Peach Intervention


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Once in a while I feel the need to revert to old Carol, with simple objects and simple compositions and well, no faces! Just peach faces. With complicated social dynamics. Because you know the peach closest to  us has a drug problem. And the others are concerned and they've decided to talk some sense into him. Will it work? I don't know. Because he likes the wild and crazy colors he sees. And he thinks maybe the others just don't want to see.

9 comments:

Wyndham said...

I love this. Would you mind sharing your palette colors? The results are so far different from my own color mixtures and I'm inspired by what I see. Thank you, Wyndham

RICARDO MARTINEZ said...

I love simple compositions too... and I think you fully enjoy painting those compositions. We can feel that.
I am an architect and amateur weekend painter. I have not attended your workshops because I live some thousand miles from U.S. Anyway I have learned tons from those "simple" compositions.

Regards from Santiago, Chile.

Ricardo.

Carol Marine said...

Thanks, you guys! Wyndam, you can find my palette and lots of other info on my FAQ page (see top nav bar). : )

Carol Jessen said...

This is hilarious! Your ability to create stories out of fruits and vegetables cracks me up! Titling has always been a challenge for me, so I appreciate the ability to bring humor to the process.

Danielle said...

Very nice!

trinkarav said...

Peachy!! :) love them.

Barbara Pask said...

Love all the wonderful colors in this painting and I love your crazy story. lol

Malachite said...

i love the way you paint!!! <3

Marnie Hanlon said...

Gorgeous colours and I love the story. I'm a big fan of your work, very inspiring!! =)))